CIChristopher Issac Sunder K Syncfusion Team March 27, 2019 06:44 AM
We checked your reported issue and we suspect the root cause of it might be that all the dependent packages required for your installed version of nodejs are not properly updated. This causes compatibility issues. It might have worked previously as the packages will be fetched from cache and on clearing the cache all the old packages are reset to the new ones.
This issue can be resolved by updating all the dependent packages of nodejs to the version that is supported by the installed node version. Otherwise, you can try to downgrade your node version to the older one to resolve this.
RCRajesh ChauhanMarch 29, 2019 11:54 AM
I tried updating every package but no luck, I do not have backup of the previous installation, I followed over 35 methods but one of them worked for me :(
CIChristopher Issac Sunder K Syncfusion Team April 1, 2019 06:00 AM
We suggest you to try out the following steps,
Have you tried our other suggestion on downgrading the node and packages to the older version used?
Can you please check if you have installed all the packages required for the application as “npm clean“ would have cleared all the installed modules and some might not be referenced in the package.json of the application.
Can you check if the grunt package installed is supported by the installed node version?
If the issue is still not resolved, could you please share us your application so that we can check it directly and help you resolve it.