After command npm start “Missing script:start” error

To download and install all modules in the node_modules/ folder, you need to use install and not start. As start is not predefined by npm, you need to define a custom script for it, if you want to use the comment. So install is the default command to download and install all modules, depending on you package.json:

Node.exe Stuck at 100% CPU

I have a ExpressJS node.js application running on IISNode on Windows Server 2016 VM with 4 cores and 32GB of memory. I am able to set one process per core, so I have 4 node.exe’s running for my app. Node version is v6.10.3. This is what the resources normally look like: I can see that …

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What is the file node.exe for?

node.exe is full Node.JS executable, containing everything you need to run Node.JS applications on Windows. You used the default installer, so it got installed to C:\Program Files\nodejs\node.exe. But you can also download it separately (Windows Binary option), and, for example, bundle it with your application package to simplify the installation on many machines. There’s no …

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npm check and update package if needed

To check if any module in a project is ‘old’: ‘outdated‘ will check every module defined in package.json and see if there is a newer version in the NPM registry. For example, say xml2js 0.2.6 (located in node_modules in the current project) is outdated because a newer version exists (0.2.7). You would see: To update …

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How to solve npm error “npm ERR! code ELIFECYCLE”

Step 1: $ npm cache clean –force Step 2: Delete node_modules by $ rm -rf node_modules (rmdir /S /Q node_modules in windows) folder or delete it manually by going into the directory and right-click > delete / move to trash. If are not updating your packages you can delete the package-lock.json file too. Step 3: npm install To start again, $ npm start This worked for me. …

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How to solve npm error “npm ERR! code ELIFECYCLE”

Step 1: $ npm cache clean –force Step 2: Delete node_modules by $ rm -rf node_modules (rmdir /S /Q node_modules in windows) folder or delete it manually by going into the directory and right-click > delete / move to trash. If are not updating your packages you can delete the package-lock.json file too. Step 3: npm install To start again, $ npm start This worked for me. …

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How to fix ‘Unchecked runtime.lastError: Could not establish connection. Receiving end does not exist.’

I have the following error in the Chrome Dev Tools console on every page-load of my Node/Express/React application: Unchecked runtime.lastError: Could not establish connection. Receiving end does not exist This error makes a reference to localhost/:1. When I hover over this, it shows http://localhost:3000/, the address I’m viewing the app at in the browser. Anyone …

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How to fix ‘Unchecked runtime.lastError: Could not establish connection. Receiving end does not exist.’

I have the following error in the Chrome Dev Tools console on every page-load of my Node/Express/React application: Unchecked runtime.lastError: Could not establish connection. Receiving end does not exist This error makes a reference to localhost/:1. When I hover over this, it shows http://localhost:3000/, the address I’m viewing the app at in the browser. Anyone …

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