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resolve 1.22.1

resolve like require.resolve() on behalf of files asynchronously and synchronously
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Package created
18 Jun 2011
Version published
17 Jun 2022
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Total deps
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6 Packages, Including:
function-bind@1.1.2
hasown@2.0.2
is-core-module@2.13.1
path-parse@1.0.7
resolve@1.22.1
supports-preserve-symlinks-flag@1.0.0
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NameVersionSizeLicenseTypeVulnerabilities
is-core-module2.13.19.05 kBMIT
prod
path-parse1.0.72.02 kBMIT
prod
supports-preserve-symlinks-flag1.0.03.72 kBMIT
prod

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Frequently Asked Questions

What does resolve do?

"Resolve" is a popular npm package that provides an implementaion of node require.resolve() algorithm. It allows developers to perform require.resolve() on behalf of a file both asynchronously and synchronously. This essentially helps in resolving the full file path of a module or package, which is especially helpful when dealing with file path references in a large Node.js project.

How do you use resolve?

The npm package "resolve" is used by requiring it in your JavaScript code and using it to find the absolute path of a module or package. You can use it either synchronously or asynchronously. Here are examples showing how to use "resolve":

Asynchronously:

const resolveAsync = require('resolve/async');

resolveAsync('tap', { basedir: __dirname }, (err, res) => {
    if (err) console.error(err);
    else console.log(res);
});

Synchronously:

const resolveSync = require('resolve/sync');

const res = resolveSync('tap', { basedir: __dirname });
console.log(res);

Please replace 'tap' with the package name you want to resolve.

Where are the resolve docs?

The documentation for the npm package "resolve" can be found in the README file of the package's GitHub repository. The GitHub URL for the package is git://github.com/browserify/resolve.git. The README file contains a comprehensive guide on how to use "resolve", including options that you can pass to it during resolution and descriptions of methods it provides.