FAQ: Browser Compatibility and Transpilation - Install Node Packages

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Introduction To JavaScript

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Enter ls into the terminal to see the file structure of your current directory. Notice the addition of node_modules .

You can also see the new folder by clicking on the file navigation button above the text editor.

I am not able to see the “node_modules” or the new folder.

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It seems there’s no extra file or folder be added in my file structure too…!

this is the screenshot:
npm_js|690x329

running the commands gave errors and no node_modules folder was created

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Hi all, same here.
On chapter 10 / Browser Compability and Transpilation / page 7, Install Node Packages…

I follow the exercise till the end and when I insert “ls” in bash, it only return “src” and nothing else.
Why is that?