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JavaScript

Jon Barth
Jon Barth
7,652 Points

error: cannot find module express

My issue: I'm receiving "Error: Cannot Find Module 'express'" when I execute the code below using Command Prompt on my machine.

//Require https module
const https = require('https');
//Require Basic Auth
const app = require('express')()
const basicAuth = require('express-basic-auth')

app.use(basicAuth({
    users: { 'username': 'password' }
}))

const request = https.get('https://frontier.sandbox.beamery.com/v1/auth', response => {
      let body = "";
  response.on('data', data => {
    body += data.toString();
});

  response.on('end', () => {
     console.log(body);
              })

});

I've ran npm install express -g I've ran npm install express-basic-auth -g

I'm using the live-server npm

If I execute npm list -g --depth=0 I get the following returned: +-- express@4.17.1 `-- live-server@1.2.1

I would assume 'express' could be found since I installed both of the npm's. Does anyone know what my issue could be? Thanks!