In this blog post, you will learn how to setup angular development environment and create your first angular project. Previously I have explained Angular Architecture Overview and Getting Started with Angular Step By Step.
Setup Angular Development Environment
Follow the below steps to set up an Angular development environment and test it by downloading and running an example Angular application:-
Node.js provides some tools that we need to build angular projects. So if you haven’t installed the node.js you need to visit nodejs.org, where you can find the latest version of the node for your operating system.
Step 2: Install Node.js and npm by opening the downloaded installer and following the prompts.
npm i -g @angular/cli
Once you have node.js installed, then we’re going to use a tool called node package manager, or npm to install third-party libraries. The Angular CLI stands for the command-line interface, so it’s a command-line tool that we used to create a new angular project or generate some boilerplate code.
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