Author: Dawid Adach
The goal of following tutorial is to guide you on how to install Angular on your local machine. This require Node.js and npm installed on your machine. If you don't have it or don't know if you have, please check previous tutorial. If you already have it we can start installing Angular!
Angular and Angular CLI
Angular is a TypeScript-based open-source front-end web application platform led by the Angular Team at Google and by a community of individuals and corporations. Angular Command Line Interface (CLI) is a tool which helps you to scaffold and build angular apps using modules. It also handles all common tedious task for you. We will show it on the example but first - let's install.
Open terminal and run:
npm install -g @angular/cli
Next we will install Typescript - type script is a superset of JS, we will learn more about that in next lessons, for now just note that it's required by Angular
npm i -g typescript
2. Verify installation
Run following command in the terminal:
You should see current version of Angular, CLI and Typescript:
3. First Angular app
Since everything is ready we are ready to create our first Angular app. Open terminal and run following command:
ng new hello-world
Now let's navigate to our new project:
ng serve -o
Our browser should automatically open (cause we added
-o option) new window/card in our default web browser and display following content. If that didn't happen, open a browser manually and navigate to
Now let's get back to our current project.Click NEXT LESSON button to proceed further.
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