by Sai gowtham

How to install npm packages to a specified directory

Learn, how to install npm packages to a specified directory in your project.

Normally, when we run an npm install package-name command, npm will install the packages in a default directory (node_modules folder).

To install the packages into a specified directory, we need to use the --prefix option followed by the directory path.

Example:

npm install --prefix ./my-app react

This above command will install a react package into the my-app folder.

Note: If the specified directory doesn’t exist, npm will create it automatically.

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