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This post will show you – how can you get a list of all node modules installed globally & locally on your machine.
You can use the below commands to get a list of all node modules installed globally on your machine.
npm list -g --depth 0
npm list -g
There are also a few aliases for
list and they are
ll. It means you can also write the above commands in the below ways.
npm ls -g --depth 0
npm la -g --depth 0
npm ll -g --depth 0
When you run commands using
la – It will show some extra information by default.
npm list -g --depth 0command is faster than
npm list -g. Reason being,
npm list -g --depth 0doesn’t care about further node-module dependencies & display result as a flat list. On the other hand,
npm list -gcommand looks for further module dependencies & displays the result in a tree structure format.
All the commands will remain the same in this case except the below two things:
-gfrom the above commands, as
-grefers to global.