I am trying to deploy an Angular 8 app to Heroku, but it fails in the deploy process.
After research on internet, I've found that the `
package.json` needs to be in the root folder of the project, and it is.
This is the error message I get everytime I try to deploy.
-----> App not compatible with buildpack: https://buildpack-registry.s3.amazonaws.com/buildpacks/heroku/nodejs.tgz ! ERROR: Application not supported by 'heroku/nodejs' buildpack ! ! The 'heroku/nodejs' buildpack is set on this application, but was ! unable to detect a Node.js codebase. ! ! A Node.js app on Heroku requires a 'package.json' at the root of ! the directory structure. ! ! If you are trying to deploy a Node.js application, ensure that this ! file is present at the top level directory. This directory has the ! following files: ! ! assets/ ! favicon.ico ! index-tst.html ! main-es2015.js ! main-es2015.js.map ! main-es5.js ! main-es5.js.map ! polyfills-es2015.js ! polyfills-es2015.js.map ! polyfills-es5.js ! polyfills-es5.js.map ! runtime-es2015.js ! runtime-es2015.js.map ! runtime-es5.js ! runtime-es5.js.map ! styles-es2015.js ! styles-es2015.js.map ! styles-es5.js ! styles-es5.js.map ! vendor-es2015.js ! vendor-es2015.js.map ! vendor-es5.js ! vendor-es5.js.map ! ! If you are trying to deploy an application written in another ! language, you need to change the list of buildpacks set on your ! Heroku app using the 'heroku buildpacks' command.
What I am doing wrong?
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