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The way we usually use import is based on relative path.

. and .. are similar to how we use to navigate in terminal like cd .. to go out of directory and mv ~/file . to move a file to current directory.

my-app/
  node_modules/
  package.json
  src/
    containers/card.js
    components/header.js
    App.js
    index.js

In your case, App.js is in src/ directory while header.js is in src/components. To import you would do import Header from './components/header'. This roughly translate to in my current directory, find the components folder that contain a header file.

Now, if from header.js, you need to import something from card, you would do this. import Card from '../containers/card'. This translate to, move out of my current directory, look for a folder name containers that have a card file.

As for import React, { Component } from 'react', this does not start with a ./ or ../ or / therefore node will start looking for the module in the node_modules in a specific order till react is found. For a more detail understanding, it can be read here.

score:-3

Check for the import statements.It should be ended with semicolon. If you miss any, you will get this error.

Also check whether following import statement added in you component.

import { threadId } from 'worker_threads';

If so remove that line. It works for me.

score:-2

In my case I rename a component file, an VS Code add the below line of code for me:

import React, { Component } from "./node_modules/react";

So I fixed by removing the: ./node_modules/

import React, { Component } from "react";

Cheers!

score:-2

I think it may help you-

Read your error carefully-./src/App.js Module not found: Can't resolve './src/components/header/header' in '/home/wiseman/Desktop/React_Components/github-portfolio/src'

just write- ./header/header instead ./src/components/header/header in App.js

if it doesnt work try to change header file name may be head

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You need to be in project folder, if you are in src or public you have to come out of those folders. Suppose your react-project name is 'hello-react' then cd hello-react

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I was facing the same problem and I resolved it. See if your index.js file is in src folder, then what ever file you are importing, the folder containing that must also be inside the src folder.

That means if your components folder is outside the src folder, just drag it inside the src folder in your editor because the files outside of src folder are not imported.

Then you shall be able to import using ./components/header/header(in this case) enter image description here

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For me, I had the input correct but npm start can be buggy (at least using it with Hyper terminal on Windows and Linux). If I move files to different folders, npm start doesn't pick up on these changes. I need to cancel npm start process, make the move, save and then run npm start and it will see the files now.

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replace ReactDOM.render(<Header/>, document.getElementById('header')); by export default Header in Header.js

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I just had this issue from auto-importing a component, no type or webpack config issues.

What fixed it was changing the import from relative to the app root directory to relative to the file:

import MyComponent from "src/components/MyComponent";

to

import MyComponent from "../components/MyComponent";

If you're getting this from Visual Studio Code auto-importing via the shortest route, you can change it so it imports relatively. By going here:

menu File → Preferences → Settings → User Settings,

"typescript.preferences.importModuleSpecifier": "relative"

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If you are using create-react-app, and have just added typescript to it, check whether a tsconfig.json has been auto-generated for you. The CRA docs say that it should be, but there seems to be a bug at the moment where it is not being generated.

If the tsconfig.json is missing, there's a few ways to create one yourself.

  • Copy one off the internet or from another repo
  • npx tsc --init
  • Create a fresh project somewhere else using npx create-react-app my-ts-proj --template typescript and then copy the tsconfig over from there

score:1

you should change import Header from './src/components/header/header' to

import Header from '../src/components/header/header'

score:1

I solved by putting the file extension

import MyComponent from "src/components/MyComponent";

to

import MyComponent from "src/components/MyComponent.tsx";

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You can try to execute 'npm install' in the app folder. This might also solve the problem. It worked for me.

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I faced the same issue when I created a new react app, I tried all options in https://github.com/facebook/create-react-app/issues/2534 but it didn't help. I had to change the port for the new app and then it worked. By default, apps use the port 3000.I changed the port to 8001 in package.json as follows:

  "scripts": {
    "start": "PORT=8001 react-scripts start",
    "build": "react-scripts build",
    "test": "react-scripts test",
    "eject": "react-scripts eject"
  },

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I had a similar issue.

Cause:

import HomeComponent from "components/HomeComponent";

Solution:

import HomeComponent from "./components/HomeComponent";

NOTE: ./ was before components. You can read @Zac Kwan's post above on how to use import

score:4

There is a better way you can handle the import of modules in your React App. Consider doing this:

Add a jsconfig.json file to your base folder. That is the same folder containing your package.json. Next define your base URL imports in it:

//jsconfig.json
{
  "compilerOptions": {
    "baseUrl": "./src"
  }
}

Now rather than calling ../../ you can easily do this instead:

import navBar from 'components/header/navBar'
import 'css/header.css'

Notice that 'components/' is different from '../components/'

It's neater this way.

But if you want to import files in the same directory you can do this also:

import logo from './logo.svg'

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I think its the double use of header. I just tried something similar myself and also caused issues. I capitalized my component file to match the others and it worked.

import Header from './src/components/header/header';

Should be

import Header from './src/components/header/Header';

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in my case, The error message was

Module not found: Error: Can't resolve '/components/body

While everything was in the correct directory.

I found that renaming body.jsx to body.js resolve the issue!

So I added this code in webpack.config.js to resolve jsx as js

 module.exports = {
  //...
  resolve: {
    extensions: ['.js', '.jsx']
  }
};

And then build error gone!

score:14

Adding NODE_PATH as environment variable in .env is deprecated and is replaced by adding "baseUrl": "./src", to compilerOptions in jsconfig.json or tsconfig.json.

Reference

score:19

Deleted the package-lock.json file & then ran

npm install

Read further

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If you create an application with react-create-app, don't forget set environment variable:

NODE_PATH=./src

Or add to .env file to your root folder;


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