Join Victor Mejia for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Learning the Angular CLI.
- [Instructor] This course will assume a basic understanding of Angular. The Angular CLI assumes that you have node, NPM and git installed on your system. If you are unfamiliar with Angular, I recommend you watch our essential training course for Angular. If you don't have git installed on your system, go ahead and download it from git-scm.com. We will be using node to install packages and is needed for the Angular CLI. If you don't know how to use NPM, I recommend you watch our course on NPM, the node package manager.
If you're on a Mac, I recommend downloading and installing iTerm2 version 3. And using a shell ilke zsh in the Oh My Zsh framework, as it provides you with tooling that will make you more productive at your terminal. If you're on a Windows machine, I highly recommend you check out Cmender, as an alternative to the command prompt.
- Installing and using the Angular command-line interface (CLI)
- Creating new Angular projects
- Adding app assets and app libraries
- Customizing the development server
- Generating Angular application code
- Building Angular applications
- Test running options
- Ejecting from the CLI