Strapi Development mode issue
'strapi' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
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install strapi beta
I am new to strapi and want to start it on development mode. Below are steps I have followed so far
git clone email@example.com:strapi/strapi.git cd strapi npm run setup
but then while generating a project somewhere else using the development mode: i am getting error on running below command as
'strapi' is not recognized as an internal or external command operable program or batch file.
strapi new myDevProject --dev
any help? I have uninstalled strapi global as documentation pointed. Anything I am missing. Do I need to install non global version of strapi in the same directory.
After pull repository and install
strapi@beta globally you need generate new project by command like in the bellow instructions:
I proposse you read Quick Start Guide
Cannot Start Project In Development Mode · Issue #1768 · strapi , monogodb v4.0.1 Operating system: macOS High Sierra What is the current behavior? Trying to start the strapi in plugin development mode, . Install strapi cd repositories/strapi && npm run setup:build; In another folder create a dev app mkdir sandbox && cd sandbox && strapi new my-app --dev; Usually I remove the settings-manager in dev mode so webpack doesn't complain : cd my-app && rm -r plugins/settings-manager; Launch the servers : cd my-app && strapi start
You can install Strapi globally in your machine using npm without the need of pulling the repo manually:
npm install -g strapi@beta
Restart your terminal, then run:
strapi new [project_name] --quickstart
Then your project will start automatically :)
Development mode not working · Issue #415 · strapi/strapi · GitHub, Node.js version: 8.6.0 npm version: 5.6.0 Strapi version: 3.0.0-alpha.7.2 Operating system: Windows 10 Development mode #1 — Install its System Node.js version: 13.2.0 NPM version: 6.13.1 Strapi version: 18.2 beta Database: MongoDB Operating system: MacOS Catalina 10.15.2 Steps to reproduce the problem: I did a fresh install of Strapi beta 18.2 (lastest) strapi new demo-p
please proceed the following steps:
step1 - open node.js command prompt and type -> npm install strapi@alpha g
step2 - strapi new (anyName_You_want_toGive) --quickstart
(remove the brackets)
it should look like
strapi new anyName_You_want_toGive --quickstart
Troubleshooting, Why can't I create or update content-types in production/staging; Does Strapi handle deploying or migrating of content; User can't login to the admin panel I'm using Strapi to generate REST api. I've created a content type (named article) - and using it in production mode & it is working fine. Now, I added a new content type (named vidtops), which works fine in development mode (no errors), but on switching to production mode, I'm unable to create a new entry in vidtops.
Command Line Interface (CLI), This commands is there to run a Strapi application without restarts and file writes (aimed at production usage). Certain features are disabled in the strapi start mode Unable to start strapi in production mode #3623. sidsaxena0 opened this issue Jul 16, 2019 · 2 comments Look at this issue this should fix it for you #3600.
Migration Guide, same behavior to the npm run start and strapi start commands. To do so we had to introduce a new strapi develop command to run your project in watch mode. Informations Node.js version: 10.15.3 NPM version: 6.4.1 Strapi version: 3.0.0-alpha.26.2 Database: MongoDB Operating system: macOS What is the current behavior? In DEVELOPMENT mode I have installed the strapi locally and remotly.
Quick start, && strapi new myDevelopmentProject . cd myDevelopmentProject && strapi develop To start the strapi project. # Plugin development Setup. In a new terminal # Starting with strapi command. By default there is two important commands. yarn develop to start your project in development mode. yarn start to start your app for production. You can also start your process manager using the yarn start command. pm2 start npm --name app -- run start # Configuration file
- It sounds to me that you might need to setup your path to find Strapi. How to update your path is different depending on your operation system. e.i. PATH=$PATH:/path/to/strapi/bin