when installing nodes using the Pallette Manager, I recommend that we add the
--engine-strict flag to the
npm install command in order to respect the "engines" section found in
package.json and fail to install any node that depends on certain nodejs version.
I realised that the latest docker image nodejs version is 10.23.2 , and I depend on functions found in later versions of nodejs. My dev environment node version is 12.18.3
--engine-strict npm will refuse to install the node if it does not meet the node version requirements, rather than only show a warning message.