I’m a beginner in this. I was trying to follow the tutorial “Zero to Dapp”.
I think there is an incoherence in there. A Mac system seems to be a prerrequisite (see “# 2 Learn about the Blockstack platform”), when in “# 1 About DApps and App Mining” they say “Anyone with access to a Windows, Mac, or Linux computer and some familiarity with a command line should be able to follow along.”
These are those paragraphs:
1 About DApps and App Mining
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### Skills you need to follow this tutorial
This tutorial is written for developers and others who want to learn about DApps and how the Blockstack ecosystem supports their development. As a result, the target audience is intentionally broad. Anyone with access to a Windows, Mac, or Linux computer and some familiarity with a command line should be able to follow along.
2 Learn about the Blockstack platform
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Get prerequisites and set up your environment
To follow the procedures in the rest of this tutorial, you need the following:
A Blockstack ID (identity) to test your Animal Kingdom. Access to **the Mac terminal window** and some familiarity with the command line it provides. An installation of the XCode command-line tools to support Node Package Manager (npm) The Node Package Manager package manager.
Follow the procedures in this section to install these components.
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Then, can I follow this tutorial with (just) a Windows Computer?
Thanks a lot.