Visual Studio Code
Visual Studio(VS) Code is a free source-code editor made by Microsoft for Windows, Linux and macOS. Features include support for debugging, syntax highlighting, intelligent code completion, snippets, code refactoring, and embedded Git. Install latest version of VS code.
Node-LTS and NPM
Although UUX uses Yarn as its package manager, NPM is used to install other required libraries.
The Node-LTS exe from below site would install both NodeJS as well as the NPM.
Run the below command from cmd line to cross-check if its installed and to check the installed version.node --version(and)npm --version
Git is a distributed version-control system for tracking changes in any set of files. You can use either git bash to run Git commands or use terminal from VS code. If you choose to use the later then please make sure that the PATH in your environment variables points to git.exe, if not please add it otherwise you will not be able to run git commands from VS code terminal.
Run the below command from cmd line to cross-check if its installed and to check the installed versiongit --version
Yarn is a package manager for your code. It allows you to use and share code with other developers. Code is shared through something called a package. A package contains all the code being shared as well as a
package.jsonfile (called a manifest) which describes the package.
Run the below command from cmd line to install Yarnnpm install -g yarn
Run the below command from cmd line to cross-check if its installed and to check the installed versionyarn --version
Link: Yarn Guide
Install Jira and Bitbucket extension for VS code for the ease of creating PRs from VS code or accessing Jira items. Follow the below link to download the extension.
The Unified UX CLI is a command-line utility for creating, managing, and building Unified UX projects.
To install the utility, use NPM:
For either command, enable the
global option. This option ensures the command is available across your operating system, rather than restricted to a specific directory.
To verify that the installation was successful, open the command line application on your computer and run the
uux command. The command should return the list of option it accepts: