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Commit 26600055ae629a73f6bdd6109246e5b305eb3f81

dx: update CONTRIBUTING.md

David Gomez committed on 6/13/2020, 6:15:49 PM
Parent: 51708b51a02ec18c58f13e41a1acdf9f8cdde4f7

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1313 ### Development OS
1414
1515 - If your target OS is **iOS**, only **macOS** computers are supported
1616 - If your target OS is **Android**, only **Linux and macOS** computers are supported
17- - *No Windows support* so far, unfortunately; but you can always choose to install Linux for free if you have a Windows computer
17+ - _No Windows support_ so far, unfortunately; but you can always choose to install Linux for free if you have a Windows computer
1818
1919 ### macOS specifics
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21-If you are developing on a macOS computer, then you might need `realpath`, install it through coreutils:
21+If you are developing on a macOS computer, then you might need `realpath`, install it through coreutils and some additional `node-sodium` compilation dependencies:
2222
2323 ```
2424 brew update
25-brew install coreutils
25+brew install coreutils libtool autoconf automake
2626 ```
2727
2828 ### Node.js
2929
30-Use node (preferably exactly) `12.16.x` and npm `6.13.x`. To manage versions of node easily, we recommend [nvm](https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm).
30+Use node (preferably exactly) `10.13.0` and npm `6.x`. To manage node versions easily, we recommend [nvm](https://github.com/nvm-sh/nvm) and use its deep integration feature to install and load the required node version automatically.
3131
3232 ### React Native
3333
3434 Install the React Native CLI:
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3636 ```
3737 npm install --global react-native-cli
3838 ```
3939
40-and follow the [official React Native docs](https://facebook.github.io/react-native/docs/getting-started.html), choose "React Native CLI Quickstart", and then choose the **Development OS** and **Target OS** to match your use case.
40+and follow the [official React Native docs](https://reactnative.dev/docs/environment-setup), choose "React Native CLI Quickstart", and then choose the **Development OS** and **Target OS** to match your use case.
4141
4242 ### Android SDK
4343
4444 If your target OS is Android, you need Android Studio and a recent Android SDK (installable through Android Studio).
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4747
4848 You can also set the environment variable `ANDROID_NDK_HOME`, as in this example:
4949
5050 ```
51-export ANDROID_NDK_HOME=/Users/username/Library/Android/sdk/ndk-bundle
51+export ANDROID_NDK_HOME=/Users/<username>/Library/Android/sdk/ndk-bundle
5252 ```
5353
5454 Also check out [nodejs-mobile docs](https://code.janeasystems.com/nodejs-mobile/getting-started-android#android-sdk-requirements) for the additional Android SDK requirements on your computer.
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