Install Node.js and npm Package ManagerNode is supported on most major operating systems, including MacOS X, Windows, and many flavors of Linux. The website has pre-built installers for plenty of platforms, so you can just hop on over to the downloads section of nodejs.org and choose the one that’ll work for you. You can refer our article to install.
MongoDB is a general purpose, document-based, distributed database built for modern application developers and for the cloud era. No database makes you more productive. You can refer our article below to install:
Robo 3T (formerly Robomongo) is the free, lightweight, open-source MongoDB GUI with an embedded mongo shell, real auto-completion, and support for MongoDB 4.0.
Here is a list of recommended code editors you need installing to start development:
Atom Editor: A free and open-source tool with awesome features. Download here
Nuclide: Is built as a single package on top of Atom to provide hackability and the support of an active community. Download here
You are required to download an IDE to open the project’s source code and start editing it. Many free IDEs are available for free and paid IDEs would definitely have extra features.
We felt very comfortable with Visual Studio Code and it was used for building this project