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Angular Pipeline - ng build -prod error: The build command requires to be run in an Angular project Edited

Lots of beginner questions so I'm going to be explicit in my process.

I'm using a Windows server command prompt.  I have ng and npm installed.  I created the Hello World test app in Angular.  I can use "ng serve" to build and run the app, and successfully see the output in a browser window.  I type ng build -prod and it creates the /dist folder.

I created the repo in BitBucket and added my source code (not the /dist folder, though).  I enabled pipelines and am using this yml:

image: trion/ng-cli

    - step:
        - cd my-app
        - ng build -prod


Full error message is "The build command requires to be run in an Angular project, but a project definition could not be found."  I added the cd command as I thought perhaps I wasn't in the proper folder.

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Peter Plewa Atlassian Team Jan 16, 2020

Hi @Matthew Allen

Your project may require adding `npm install`. Let me know if that helps.


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