angular 8 environment configuration, setup and create a new project

Angular 8 environment and project setup

hey, everyone, this is engineer Brijesh Kumar and today we teach you angular 8 environment setup and project creation.

  1. Node installation
  2. Angular 8 CLI installation
  3. Creating an Angular 8 project
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 angular 8 environment configuration, setup and create a new project node
 angular 8 environment configuration, setup and create a new project node
1. Node Installation:-
goto Node official website and download Node package and install locally or follow the link and install. here you get various variants and os support download link choose right after install.
and check after installation completion version code type command node --version, npm --version.

2.Angular 8 CLI installation:-
goto the angular.io site and install the latest CLI version 8.3.3 or more latest or type the command in terminal npm install -g @angular/cli, after installation complete check the angular 8 CLI version type the command ng --version after that you see the images like below, that, means you install successfully angular latest version and cli.


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angular 8 environment configuration, setup and create a new project CLI
angular 8 environment configuration, setup and create a new project CLI
3. Creating an Angular 8 Project:-
if you wish to create the angular project that good goto the terminal or vs code if otherwise  install vs code follows the link and type the command ng new 'your project name without space ', after that select styling with CSS or what is you want then wait few minutes project created successfully with lib NPM, run or start project type the command ng serve -o, after running you show your project Angular 8 look link this.
angular 8 environment configuration, setup and create a new project
angular 8 environment configuration, setup and create a new project
thank you.
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