How to install and use the Angular CLI. This guide focuses specifically on using the Angular CLI via the command line because that is the best way to use this powerful tool. Here’s the step-by-step guide to install the Angular CLI and build your first Angular application
Here’s the step-by-step guide to install the Angular CLI and build your first Angular application
The Angular CLI.
Just exactly what is it? And what is its purpose?
Maybe a better question is what can you do with the Angular CLI?
This Angular CLI guide will teach you everything you need to know about the Angular CLI. We’re going to cover how to install the Angular CLI, the different Angular CLI versions, how to use the Angular CLI to create components and the whole bang.
Yes buddy! I’m going to show you how to grab the Angular CLI by the horns and make it obey your orders. 🥳
The Angular CLI is a tool that was created by the Angular team to manage, build, maintain and test your Angular projects.
You can think of it as the swiss-army knife for the Angular framework.
The Angular CLI is a command-line tool, and maybe that makes you grumble because you want something that’s “ _easy to use_”. 😋
Actually, there is a Visual Studio Code extension available to download and install. It adds a GUI interface that you can then use instead of the terminal.
However, this guide focuses specifically on using the Angular CLI via the command line because that is the best way to use this powerful tool.
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