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Can I change the version of node.js my project uses?

Yes, you can do so by updating the engines field specified in the package.json project file. Glitch explicitly supports the latest minor (point) release of each major LTS (even-numbered) node.js version.

 

You can specify the major version on Node you'd like to use as follows:

 

"engines": { "node": "10.x" }

 

Glitch user shindakun kindly made an app showing all the node versions available on Glitch.

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