Learn how to install Jovo, the open source framework for voice and chat apps.
Before getting started, make sure you have the following installed on your computer or development environment:
There are two ways how you can install Jovo:
If you're looking to migrate to Jovo
v4 from a
v3 project, take a look at our migration guide.
Install the CLI
You can install the new Jovo CLI like this:
$ npm install -g @jovotech/cli
After successful installation, you should be able to see the Jovo CLI menu by typing the following into your command line:
Create a new Project
$ jovo new <directory>
This will download the template into a new
<directory> folder and install all necessary dependencies.
Run the Local Development Server
Change your working directory into your newly created project directory and run your app:
# Change working directory to your previously specified directory $ cd <directory> # Run the local development server $ jovo run
You can now open the Jovo Debugger with the
Clone a Sample App
You can find a sample project for a Jovo app on GitHub:
You can clone it like this:
Then go into the directory and install the dependencies:
$ npm install