This article provides you with information on how to setup Node.js application Support via Plesk
Step 2 – Click on Node.js
- To install a Node.js application on your website, you need to upload the application’s files to the server first. You can upload them via FTP or using the File Manager.
Step 3 – Enable Node.js
On this screen you can see a number of controls that will help you manage your Node.js application:
- Node.js Version. This control displays the currently selected version of the runtime environment that will be used to run your application. Click the version number to select a different Node.js version.
- Document Root. Here is where you can set the domains’ document root directory, which must be a subdirectory of the application root directory, specified below.
- Application Mode. You can select between “Development” and “Production” modes, or type a custom mode name. The NODE_ENV environment variable will reflect your choice.
- Application URL. Click this automatically generated URL to open the application in your browser.
- Application Root. By default, the application root is the domain’s root directory. Click “[open]” to browse the contents of the application root directory using the File Manager. Additionally, in Plesk for Linux, you can click the currently set application root path to set a custom application root.
- Application Startup File. By default, the startup file name is presumed to be app.js. Click it to type a custom startup file name.