Installing the latest node.js on Ubuntu

Node.js 0.11 is quite stable to use it on production. On your local machine you, probably, are using the nvm to install node.js versions.
But on the remote server it is not the best idea, because we want to have one node.js and npm installation for all the system users.

How to install it properly?

Luckily it’s quite simple to install the latest node.js, the Chris Lea’s repository would help us.

All you need to do is:

Then we can check:

We’re ready to run our awesome applications!