I'm using Ubuntu 15.04. While running the following command:  npm install fsevents   I'm getting following error:  npm WARN optional Skipping failed optional dependency /chokidar/fsevents: npm WARN notsup Not compatible with your operating sy...
I'm new to npm module and node.js so it is really difficult to me.  I have a js code whit many points and for each one of them I want to get the nearest city.  To do this, in other question (Reverse geocoding with big array is fastest way? - java...
Is there a package.json property that can be used to specify the root folder that module resolution should start?  For example suppose we have an install in node_modules/mypackage/src/file1.  And all the files we want to import start under the src di...
I have issues for days. Now i try to create an ionic v3 app and every time it stops at line below.  ? Preparing directory .\firstProject - done! ? Downloading and extracting blank starter - done! ? Integrate your new app with Cordova to target native...
I have a downloaded module repo, I want to install it locally, not globally in another directory?   What is an easy way to do this?...
I have a MEAN stack project that was scaffolded using the basic npm command. At the moment, the Bootstrap is included using CDN:  link(rel='stylesheet', href='https://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/bootstrap/3.3.6/css/bootstrap.min.css')   M...
I was wondering if makes any sense to use in the npm install command the --global and the --save parameters all together. For example:  npm install gulp -g -s   As far as I know there is no package.json in the npm system folder, so I suppose the answ...
I am wondering if it is possible to run a command that would check that the package is a valid npm package, add it to package.json as a dependency, but not install it.  I am doing this because I have a certain package installed globally and need to r...
I'm trying to reference logary-js from a project of mine.  I have this packages.json file:  ... "dependencies": {   "logary": "logary/logary-js#master",   ... } ...   However, when trying to pull down the package, it fails...
I installed aws-sdk using the below command  npm install --save aws-sdk   and i get an error      TypeError AWS.KinesisVideo is not a constructor   for the below code   var kinesisvideo = new AWS.KinesisVideo();   AWS.IAM is not a constructor JavaScr...

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