hmm. this might be helpful?
what does it mean? because of this app.jsx didnt work
hi, did you read the article?
does this build locally? that’s the first thing to always confirm. If it does not, then it is not a Netlify issue, if it does, then you definitely want to check your file paths, component names, etc and make sure everything can be found and is in the right case.
Would you mind including a text snippet of your package.json? I can’t see the rest of your dependencies and want to make sure everything’s up to date.
Is your project in a public repo?
A couple of follow-up questions based on the article @perry linked if you don’t mind:
- Which operating system are you running locally?
@perry asked if it’s building locally which is different than ‘running’ the project locally. Have you installed
netlify-cliand attempted to run
Also, I totally agree with @cassidoo - can you upload those files as text rather than images? Super tough to read the web pack config. Additionally, you uploaded an image of your common webpack config but your package scripts load webpack with Prod and Dev configs, so those will be more relevant in walking back the stack trace.