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Bower

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On this page, specify the location of the Bower package manager executable and configuration files and install, uninstall, or upgrade external tools through it.

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Description

Node interpreter

Bower package

In this field, specify the folder with the Bower executable file (bower.cmd or other depending on the operating system used). Type the path manually, or choose it from the list if it was previously used, or click the Browse button and choose the location in the dialog that opens.

bower.json

In this text bos, specify the location of the bower.json file. Type the path manually, or click Browse the Browse button and choose the location in the dialog box that opens.

Dependencies

The area shows a list of all the Bower-dependent packages that are currently installed on your computer.
  • Package: this read-only field shows the name of a package, exactly as it should be referenced if you were installing it in the command line mode.

  • Version: this read-only field shows the version of the package installed on your computer.

  • Latest: this read-only field shows the latest released version of the package. If a package is not up-to-date, it is marked with Upgrade.

  • Click Install to have a new package installed. In the Available Packages dialog that opens, select the relevant package. Click Install Package when ready.

  • Click Uninstall to have the selected package removed.

  • Click Upgrade to have the current version of the selected package replaced with the latest released version. The button is enabled only when the selected project is not up-to-date.

Last modified: 13 September 2019

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