🤔 If you don’t have these installed in your machine, let’s quickly get it installed.
download link to node binaries
select your OS to get command
- command for installation using package manager through terminal
# Using Ubuntu curl -sL https://deb.nodesource.com/setup_14.x | sudo -E bash - sudo apt-get install -y nodejs
Verify with the below commands that
npm fire below commands
# Using Ubuntu node -v npm -v
– Let’s get your hand dirty 🖐️
Now, we have our
npm (node package manager) installed, we can use it to install Angular in our system.
Use below command to install
npm install -g @angular/cli
Angular CLI is installed successfully, fire below command
– Now, we will create our first Angular project
We need to fire below command in our
terminal/command prompt to create our project
ng new angular-app
ng new is used to create new project and
angular-app is your Angular project name.
It will create
Angular project with default template provided by
Angular itself. To have a quick look on it, we can goto our browser and visit default url served by Angular i.e. http://localhost:4200
Now, we need to point our
terminal to Angular project, to achieve this use this command
As of now, we are in our Angular project folder. We can use below command to serve our application to the browser
# to just serve and visit http://localhost:4200 ng serve # to serve it on it's default browser ng serve -o
Wow 🤩, we just created an Angular application. It was super easy, isn’t it.
– Find the helping visuals 🎬 below here:
We are open for contribution 🤝 CodeCasm
❤️ Happy coding ❤️