ed.wilson (5) [Avatar] Offline
#1
The sidebar in section 4.3 discusses installing Node.js; however, it does not explicitly recommend a minimum release of Node.js to use for the examples to work. Assuming that somebody is installing Node.js for the first time, there is a good chance that they will install a 6.x release and the examples will work. However, a reader could have an older version of Node.js installed and the nodecc example could throw errors.
Andreas Wittig (59) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Hi Ed,

thanks for your feedback.

Our examples are built based on nodejs version 8.

There is a small hint at the beginning of each section/chapter. But Michael and I discussed an approach to clarify the requirement recently.

The sidebar will include the following with the next version: All examples in this book are tested with Node.js version 8.

Andreas
Michael Wittig (88) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Hi Ed,

I added the version hint to the book. I'm not sure when it will be updated in the MEAP but it will be in the final book.

Thanks
Michael