Angular is an app-design framework and development platform for creating efficient and sophisticated single-page apps. Angular has many features, such as code splitting and the inherent accessibility. Angular is known for being quick to develop, readable, and incredibly expressive.
Angular’s site walks you through everything from the basic concepts, creating your first app, and even offers a cheat sheet. It is highly recommended that you read the Introduction to Angular concepts page before attempting your first app. This page gives a great high-level overview of what Angular is and how it functions. From there, you can dive deeper into topics like modules, security, and forms.
There are two methods to installing Angular JS, using Softaculous and the CLI (command line) installation (which requires NodeJS and NPM.) This article will cover the straightforward method of using Softaculous.
You can have Angular up and running on your web site in minutes by using the Softaculous application installer in cPanel.
To install Angular using Softaculous, follow these steps:
Once you’ve installed Angular, it’s time to get into the sandbox and play around with the commands. Angular has an extensive list of commands. Angular’s site gives both a brief overview and a more in-depth explanation of how to use each command.
When using the 'ng' command, you must use the full path to the 'ng' binary. This will be located at
An example using ng would be:
/home/$user/nodevenv/ag/10/lib/node_modules/@angular/cli/bin/ng new project
If you’d like to create an example app, Angular’s Tour of Heroes tutorial walks you through each step of the process while creating a sample app. There is also a quick start guide, (using a partially completed project from StackBlitz as a reference) that walks you through creating an app. There are endless possibilities for what you can create with your app.
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