There are 2 ways to include Alpine into your project:
- Including it from a
- Importing it as a module
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Oct 01, 2021 So I can't get to install npm in alpine linux. I thought perhaps I can just do a apk add npm but apparently apk search npm returns nothing, even after a apk update.I'm experimenting with all this from the nginx:alpine docker image, i.e. Docker run -it nginx:alpine /bin/sh. Docker Npm Install Not Working; Docker Npm Install Slow.
Either is perfectly valid. It all depends on the project's needs and the developer's taste.
From a script tag
This is by far the simplest way to get started with Alpine. Include the following
<script> tag in the head of your HTML page.
- Installing nodejs 10 + npm on alpine linux. Ask Question Asked 1 year, 4 months ago. Active 1 year, 4 months ago. Viewed 6k times 2 I am using Alpine to build my.
- Alpine:latest would nab you the latest Alpine (3.10 as of writing, if you run into issues with versions, continue with alpine:3.10 instead of alpine:latest. Otherwise feel free to truck on with alpine:latest) RUN apk add -update nodejs npm will use the Alpine package manager to grab Node.js and npm (they're bundled separately for Alpine.).
- Install node-red in lxc alpine. On 29 April 2021. By susiloharjo In proxmox. My note to run node-red in alpine linux container inside proxmox. Apk upgrade -update &&apk upgrade -update && apk add curl make gcc g linux-headers paxctl musl-dev libgcc libstdc binutils-gold python openssl-dev zlib-dev && mkdir -p /root.
Don't forget the 'defer' attribute in the
@3.x.x in the provided CDN link. This will pull the latest version of Alpine version 3. For stability in production, it's recommended that you hardcode the latest version in the CDN link.
That's it! Alpine is now available for use inside your page.
As a module
If you prefer the more robust approach, you can install Alpine via NPM and import it into a bundle.
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Run the following command to install it.
Now import Alpine into your bundle and initialize it like so:
window.Alpine = Alpine bit is optional, but is nice to have for freedom and flexibility. Like when tinkering with Alpine from the devtools for example.
If you imported Alpine into a bundle, you have to make sure you are registering any extension code IN BETWEEN when you import the
Alpine global object, and when you initialize Alpine by calling
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