Getting started with angular-cli
This section provides an overview of what angular-cli is, and why a developer might want to use it.
It should also mention any large subjects within angular-cli, and link out to the related topics. Since the Documentation for angular-cli is new, you may need to create initial versions of those related topics.
Angular CLI - The Basic Steps
- You will need to install node.js - https://nodejs.org/en/
- npm install -g @angular/cli - install the CLI by executing this command in the terminal
- ng new projectname - after executing this command in the terminal, you will create a new sub folder titled projectname in your current folder.
- cd projectname - go to the sub folder, where your project is
- ng serve - run the project. It will be available at http://localhost:4200
Generating and serving an Angular project via a development server
To create a new project
ng new [project-name] which initializes git.Install packages for tooling via npm. It creates the project successfully.
cd [project-name] and execute either
npm start or
It'll run the server in the given default port.
Application will refresh according to the changes made in the directory. The default HTTP port and the one used by the LiveReload server can be changed using below command
Installation or Setup
Note: Angular CLI versions are under rapid development. This documentation targets for the latest version.
To execute and work with the latest version, Angular CLI and the project have dependencies that require node v6.9.0 or higher.
Make sure that a node version is installed which is compatible with the CLI
Install the Angular CLI globally. It installs the latest version.
npm i @angular/cli -g or
yarn global add @angular/cli, depending on the package manager in use.
ng help command will provide the executable commands