To use the Angular framework, you need a basic understanding of the following:
You need to have Node installed on your computer.
To start a new Angular application, you need to:
If you have previously installed the CLI tool, you can skip this step. Otherwise, open a terminal and run the following command:
npm install -g @angular/cli
This command installs the latest version of Angular’s CLI on your computer. With the
-g flag, we can tell
npm to install the CLI globally. This will make it possible to run the CLI command from anywhere on your computer.
You can access the Angular CLI using the
ng new angular-app
ng new command creates a basic Angular app. The CLI prompts you about features to include in your app, installs the necessary dependencies, and configures your project based on your choices.
The bootstrapped app contains a few source and configuration files to help you get developing quickly. Your application code resides in the
src folder of the workspace.
cd angular-app ng serve
Go into your project’s root folder using the
cd command and launch the app. The
ng serve command builds the app, starts the development server, watches the source files, and rebuilds the app as you make changes.
To learn more about Angular, visit the official documentation.
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