So let's download it!
You can download Node.js by going to their official website and clicking the green download button (we recommend going for the Long Term Support (LTS) version).
Once you've downloaded/installed Node.js you can verify your installation by running the following commands:
If they both output a version, you'll need to install a Code Editor (we recommend Visual Studio Code), and then you're good to move on to the next articles.
If you get stuck and need some help, drop us a comment and we'll try to help you.