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Asked On2022-01-12 08:50:48 by:Muskan-Kumari

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  • We can update the project dependencies using the update command: npm update.
  • We can update any particular project dependency using the following command: npm update <packagename>
  • We can uninstall a project dependency using the following command: npm uninstall <package_name>

Answerd on:2022-01-13 Answerd By:sarthak

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installation command

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npm install

Once this command is executed, it looks through the package.json file and installs all the dependency modules one by one.


Update Command

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npm update

once you run this command, package.json file is parsed and the dependency modules are checked for any updates, if any, it’ll be updated.
If any module is installed with -g (global scope), i.e., the root installation, then while updating or removing them, it may throw some errors, in such case, use sudo keyword:

Update Command

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sudo npm update -g

This would solve the problem both for updating and deleting external modules.


remove/delete module command

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npm prune

To remove the unused modules: open package.json file and remove the module names which you want to remove. Save the package.json file and then run above(npm prune) command. This would safely remove the modules you no more intend to use in your project.


Answerd on:2022-01-13 Answerd By:Raj-Gupta

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