The error "cannot find module express redis cache" occurs when your application is trying to use the 'express-redis-cache' module, but Node.js is unable to locate it. There are several potential reasons for this issue: 1) The 'express-redis-cache' module might not be installed in your project; 2) Your project may have an incorrect or missing dependency entry in the 'package.json'; 3) The module could be installed in the wrong location or with a different version than expected; or 4) There might be an issue with your Node.js require path configuration.
To resolve the "cannot find module express redis cache" error, follow these steps:
npm install express-redis-cacheor
yarn add express-redis-cache. This will add the module and update your 'package.json' file.
yarn installto reinstall all dependencies.
const expressRedisCache = require('express-redis-cache'). If none of these solutions work, consider investigating your Node.js require path configuration or other environment settings that could be causing conflicts.
Dragonfly is fully compatible with the Redis ecosystem and requires no code changes to implement.