Vite manifest not found

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I had the same issue only because of node version. I upgraded to the latest version and it's working properly.

For Ubuntu use n module from npm in order to upgrade node:

sudo npm cache clean -fsudo npm install -g nsudo n stable

To upgrade to latest version (and not current stable) version, you can use:

sudo n latest

You may need also to Fix PATH:

  sudo apt-get install --reinstall nodejs-legacy     # fix /usr/bin/node

To undo:

  sudo n rm 6.0.0     # replace number with version of Node that was installed  sudo npm uninstall -g n

You may need to restart your terminal to see the updated node version.

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Method #2

If you're using the Vite build tool and you're getting a "manifest not found" error, it's likely that your build process is failing to generate a manifest file for your application. A manifest file is a JSON file that maps file paths to their corresponding output file paths in the build process. This file is used by the Vite dev server and production build to serve the correct assets.

To fix the "manifest not found" error, you can try the following steps:

  1. Make sure you have configured Vite to generate a manifest file. To do this, you need to set the build.manifest option in your vite.config.js file. Here's an example:
// vite.config.js export default { build: { manifest: true, }, }
  1. Run the Vite build command again to regenerate the manifest file. If you're using the npm run build command, you can try running npm run clean to remove the old build artifacts, and then npm run build to rebuild your application.

  2. Check the output of the Vite build command to see if there are any errors or warnings that might be preventing the manifest file from being generated. Make sure your build process is completing successfully.

  3. Make sure your application is correctly configured to load the manifest file. In your application code, you can use the import.meta object to load the manifest file at runtime. Here's an example:

const manifest = import.meta.env.DEV ? {} : await fetch('/manifest.json').then((res) => res.json()) console.log(manifest)

In this example, we use the fetch API to load the manifest file at the path /manifest.json. The import.meta.env.DEV property is used to conditionally load an empty manifest object in development mode. Make sure you're loading the manifest file at the correct path for your application.

I hope these steps help you resolve the "manifest not found" error in your Vite application.


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