When you compile your Angular app and suddenly your cmd screen is filled with the following error then what you should do!
ENOENT: no such file or directory, lstat 'F:\D\Classes\Angular\09 Components Databinding Deep Dive-II\cmp-databinding-final\node_modules' Error: ENOENT: no such file or directory, lstat 'F:\D\Classes\Angular\09 Components Databinding Deep Dive-II\cmp-databinding-final\node_modules' at Error (native) at Object.fs.lstatSync (fs.js:982:18) at Object.realpathSync (fs.js:1662:21) at Object.getBrowserConfig (F:\D\Classes\Angular\node_modules\@angular\cli\models\webpack-configs\browser.js:24:36) at NgCliWebpackConfig.buildConfig (F:\D\Classes\Angular\node_modules\@angular\cli\models\webpack-config.js:31:77) at Class.run (F:\D\Classes\Angular\node_modules\@angular\cli\tasks\serve.js:71:98) at check_port_1.checkPort.then.port (F:\D\Classes\Angular\node_modules\@angular\cli\commands\serve.js:123:26) at process._tickCallback internal/process/next_tick.js:103:7)
There is no particular solution for this error all the time because this error you may face at many situation and here I am explaining only one of the common one. Actually when we work on multiple Angular Apps and want to keep our development hassle free and light weight then we keep node_modules directory at a common place and we access all the modules from there in all the apps.
I hope you have already done it in your past. If you never did it then let me know in comments; I will explain the process. So, when we try to do so, then we have to keep a empty folder (node_modules) in our each project too else you will get this error.
Hope it helps you.