Angular 2 - Basic: ng version // verify that Angular CLI is installed ng new applicationName // create a new application cd applicationName ng serve // Starts the development server // Open your browser to http://localhost:4200/ // Maybe this is for serving the index.html in a browser and // refreshes the browser when application files change. ng g component componentName // generate a new component ng g directive directiveName // generate a new directive ng g pipe pipeName // generate a new pipe ng g service serviceName // generate a new service ng g class my-new-class // generate a new class ng g interface interfaceName // generate a new interface ng g enum enumName ng test // run unit tests ng e2e // run end-to-end tests ng lint // Quickstart Guide: 1. Install npm 2. mkdir angular-quickstart 3. cd angular-quickstart 4. create the package.json file as mentioned on https://angular.io/docs/js/latest/quickstart.html 5. npm install 6. mkdir app (We like to keep our application code in a sub-folder off the root called app) 7. cd app 8. Add the component file named app.component.js as indicated on https://angular.io/docs/js/latest/quickstart.html 9. Add an NgModule file named app/app.module.js as indicated on https://angular.io/docs/js/latest/quickstart.html 10. Add a new file , main.js, to the app/ folder as indicated on https://angular.io/docs/js/latest/quickstart.html 11. Add the index.html as indicated on https://angular.io/docs/js/latest/quickstart.html 12. Create the style.css in the same folder as the index.html file. 13. npm start The 'npm start' command does the following: 1. Runs the TypeScript compiler in watch mode 2. Starts the server 3. Launch the app in a browser 4. Keep the app running while we continue to build our app.
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