You will need a recent version of node.js on your system. To check if you have node installed, open a Terminal window and run the command
node -v. You should see a version number. If it’s higher than Node 8 you should definitely be okay!
If you don’t have node installed, you can download the installer from nodejs.org. Choose the stable version.
gulp -v. You should see a version number. If it’s higher than 3.9.1 you should definitely be OK.
If you don’t have gulp installed, you can run
npm install -g gulp from a Terminal window. This will install gulp globally.
The above basic setup works, but if you want to have more control over the versions of node (and optionally Ruby) you could use
These are the steps you need to take in order to make sure you have a good , versioned dev environment where Bedrock works reliably on macOS.
brew install nvm
nvm install 8.3
brew install fontforge
gem install bundler
bundle installIn the project root