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So I edited the code by visiting the repl link provided by FCC and did exactly as said in the challenge. I then copied and pasted the link in the box of the challenge and submitted. It showed the tests as failed. I tried again and again and it shows failed. Sometimes it showed
test timed out as well. I don’t know what’s going on. I even tried removing all other key-value pairs inside the JSON file and add the
author key only, and it didn’t work.
Your code so far
This is the link I submitted:
Your browser information:
User Agent is:
Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 10.0; Win64; x64; rv:85.0) Gecko/20100101 Firefox/85.0.
Challenge: How to Use package.json, the Core of Any Node.js Project or npm Package Link to the challenge:
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I’m afraid you are submitting the wrong url.
You should use the one of the running application, not the
Due to recent problems with Glitch, we are recommending everyone to start using repl.it for the back-end Node challenges and certification projects. We have already merged
this pull request to update all the existing Glitch demo projects and boilerplates used in the challenges to the corresponding repl.it equivalent.
If you have already started the challenges or projects in Glitch, you can continue to do so but be aware the tests may fail unexpectedly and/or you may not be able to access your…
Here I have answered a person struggling with the same problem
Welcome to the forum. If you are talking about nodejs projects, it will be a URL provided by repl.it once you start ther server. Run the repl.it program and a browser window will appear on the top-right side of your page. Copy and paste the URL from that window to the solution link input field in your challenges. The URL looks something like this
Thank you for your help
@Marmiz & @Freak_A_tick. I ran the repl by hitting the run button and the console automatically ran
npm start. But the command threw an error:
I can’t see any browser window at the top right. I think it’s due to this error. Any idea how to fix? Seems like Express module is missing. Should I run
Thanks for the help. I sorted it out by running
npm install and then the
EDIT: You need to open the link in a new tab and then copy the URL. Then only it passes.
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