Node.js is very easy to use and I'll walk through a few commands.
Since I installed a new copy of Node.js on my computer, my jquery install failed. This happened because Node.js does not know where to save the files on the computer.
Node.js needs package.json file. To create the file, first run this command: npm --version
Next, run the command to the express install: npm install express
Finally, run the command to initialize the package.json: npm init -y
To verify where package.json was installed, go to the directory listed in the command prompt. node_modules and package.json should be available as shown in the picture below:
Now I can install the latest version of AngularJS with this command: npm install angular.
And I'll install the latest version of TypeScript with this command: npm install typescript.
Less than one minute, Node.js was able to install all three of these popular frameworks without me visiting their respective websites or without me using NuGet Package Manager.