If you don’t have Homebrew, install it. If you do not have Xcode installed yet, this installation will prompt you to install it as well.
Note that Homebrew requires a 64-bit Intel CPU, macOS High Sierra /(10.13/) or higher, Command Line Tools /(CLT/) for Xcode, and a Bourne-compatible shell for installation like bash or zsh.
Then run the following to get Yarn, which will let you download Pushkin:
$ brew install yarn
Install Yalc globally.
$ yarn global add yalc
Install pushkin-cli package globally.
$ yarn global add pushkin-cli
Confirm that pushkin-cli is installed by running:
$ pushkin --help
You should get a list of commands with some documentation for each.
Confirm that you have version
2.0.0 or later by running:
$ pushkin --version
and reading the output.
Next, install Docker.
Great! You're all done. Head over here to build a basic Pushkin site and experiment.