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JavaScript Angular Basics Services in Angular Dependency Injection

Mads Andersen
Mads Andersen
8,401 Points

No http module

I don't have a http module inside my @angular folder in the node modules, so I naturally cannot import it. How do I get one?

1 Answer

Thomas Couillard
Thomas Couillard
19,121 Points

Hey Mads, in your terminal at the project root enter:

npm install @angular/http@2.4.2 --save

as Andrew instructed in the previous video and you should be all set. I ran into this issue when I neglected to specify version to npm. Refresh your fs in VScode and you should see it under ./node_modules/@angular/http .

Let me know if you are still running into issues!

Happy coding,

Thomas

hey I need help still. In the console in the browser its showing there is no provider for Http. I tried to download npm install angular and it showed 6 low, 3 high and 1 critical vulnerabilities. PLEASE HELP!