I've just imported my Reactjs project to a new machine on Ubuntu and installed most dependencies with npm install successfully bar the following:  npm WARN optional Skipping failed optional dependency /react-scripts/fsevents: npm WARN notsup Not...
The problem is that when I do npm start OR npm run customScriptCommand npm just not doing anything with the project and quickly just return new line in the terminal.  I've tried removing node and npm from my machine and then do brew installation...
I'm doing some work on a command line interface, and to test it from the root of the project I do:  npm i -g   After this I can test the command on various projects.    IIUC running npm i -g creates global links that are executable, but the actua...
I'm setting up stylelint for a project, everything works as expected when run from the cli:   $ stylelint 'css/**/*.css' --fix  css/style.css  20:18  ×  Expected newline after ":" with a multi-line declaration declaration-colon-n...
While starting my application, I get this error. I have already checked and seen that the required module is well installed, and also gave it global access.  Hussains-MacBook-Pro:NodeRest-Shop Hussain$ npm start  > [email protected] start /Users...
I have this script which works well  "start": "nodemon -x node -r dotenv/config src/index.js"   I want use babel-node instead node. So there is the new script:  "start": "nodemon -x babel-node --presets=env -r dotenv/confi...
I'm trying to chain the ng serve script call while running but when I've ran this command the second chained script build-components.js runs only on first call. I thought concurrently package here would allow both scripts to run in sequence a...
I have an application which use electron packager for build app on Mac.   My package.json:   {     "name": "desktop_v2"     "productName": "desktop v2",     "version": "1.0.0",     "license": &#...
I am adding these build scripts to my package.json:   npm run do-build --dev npm run do-build --prod   I want run exec file to do a build for me, but based on these --dev/prod I would like to pass argument to my setEnvironment.js file that would basi...
I wanted to exploit the npm script capacities and I tried to create a command to run the tests of my API. Basically I need to launch the API and perform some HTTP requests. I have the tests in a JS file, let's call it automatic-test.js, and I wan...

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