Your projects in this course will run in a web browser. While most web browsers should work, we only support and test in the Google Chrome web browser. Install it by following the instructions below. We suggest making it your computer's default web browser.
1. Follow this link: https://www.google.com/chrome/...
2. Select "Download Chrome"
3. Accept the Agreement
4. Open the installer and follow it through completion
1. Follow this link: https://nodejs.org/en/download...
2. Select the "Macintosh Installer" under the LTS tab.
3. After the download completes, open the installer.
4. Follow the installation instructions using the default settings to completion.
Now, let's get git installed.
1. Click on the Spotlight icon, the magnifying glass in the top right corner of your screen (or press Command+Space)
2. Type in the word "Terminal" and press Enter
3. In the window that pops up, type in the word "git" and press enter. You will be prompted to install Command Line Developer Tools. Agree to this, even if you are on battery power. Let the install complete.
We will write our programs' code in the editor Visual Studio Code (VSCode) this semester.
1. Follow this link: https://code.visualstudio.com/...
2. Download the Mac zip file
3. Double click the downloaded "VSCode-darwin-stable.zip" file. This extracts and creates an application named "Visual Studio Code" in your downloads folder.
4. Drag the "Visual Studio Code" file from your Downloads folder to your Applications folder. You should see the Applications folder in the left-hand sidebar of your Finder window.
Restart your computer once all software has been installed.
Remember to go back to "Software Setup" and finish your setup here: http://comp110.com/topics/gett...