How can I troubleshoot the issue of “cannot find module @angular-devkit/build-angular/package.json’?

69    Asked by AugustinaFuentes in Java , Asked on Jun 10, 2024

I am currently leading a particular team that is working on an angular-based project. One of my team members when trying to build the project, encountered a scenario in which an error message occurred which was stating that “ cannot find module @angular-devkit/build-angular/package.json’”. How can I troubleshoot and resolve this particular issue? 

 In the context of Java programming language, here are the steps given of how you can troubleshoot and resolve this particular issue:-

Checking the angular CLI version

You should try to ensure that the angular CLI version is installed globally and matches the version which is specified in the package file of the project.

“ng version”.

Install the angular Devkit

If the angular Devkit package is missing or even it is outdated then you should try to install it by using the npm:

Npm install –save-dev @angular-devkit/build-angular

Verify the package. JSON

Now you should try to confirm that the package.json file is in the project root and should contain the necessary dependencies.

Checking node modules

Now you should approach to delete the node_modules directory and then try to reinstall dependencies to ensure all the packages are installed correctly.

Angular CLI update

If required you can also update the angular CLI for the latest version by using the npm.

Checking for the typos

You should also try to verify that the angular project does not have any typos errors.

Update the angular project Configuration

You should also try to verify that the angular-based Configuration should be updated.

Environment setup

You should try to ensure that the environment variables should be correctly Configured and that there should be no conflicts with the other packages or even dependencies.

Here is an example given below in Java programming language:-

Package com.example;

Import com.example.mylibrary.MyLibraryClass;
Public class MyApp {
    Public static void main(String[] args) {
        MyLibraryClass myLibraryClass = new MyLibraryClass();
        myLibraryClass.performAction();
        System.out.println(“Library action performed successfully.”);
    }
}

Before implementing this above java-based coding you should first try to ensure that you have the correct dependencies and repositories in your pom.xml file:-






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