Installing Vibranium is as easy as installing any npm module. All you need is Node.JS installed in your system.
Head over to Node.JS homepage and download the latest (Preferably LTS) installer file and install it in your system. To make sure it is installed properly, try running
node --version and
npm --version in command line/terminal to see if they are working.
Open Command Line/Terminal in your system and run the following command
npm install -g vibranium-cli
To see if the installation is successful, try running
Once you run install Vibranium, you'll have a CLI command (
vc ) that you can use to execute Vibranium tasks. You can use either
vc, both give refer to the same command.
vc in short is the command-line executable for Vibranium. Hereafter, I'll be referring to Vibranium commands with
vc, but you can use whichever you feel comfortable with.
Vibranium commands are globally available in your system. So you can run
vc from any terminal irrespective of the directory the terminal points to.
There are a few important points that we can use to verify if the installation is successful.
vcfrom any directory