The most straightforward way to set up an Angular project is to use the official Angular CLI tool. The CLI tool interactively generates an Angular app that works out of the box.
If you don't have the Angular CLI installed globally, use the following command to install it:
npm i -g @angular/cli
Once the installation is complete, run the following command in your terminal to create a new Angular app:
ng new my-new-app
Once you run the command, the Angular CLI presents the following options:
- Adding Angular Routing to the project.
- The Stylesheet format to add to the project:
For the first option, if you choose
Yes, the CLI tool adds routing automatically to the project. Then, you can select your preferred stylesheet format for the second option. Once selected, Angular CLI provides the selected stylesheet format for the project.
After a successful scaffolding,
my-new-app directory and run the following command to serve your app in the browser:
ng serve --open
Your browser will automatically be launched with the served Angular app at http://localhost:4200/
Once deployed, you will get a URL to see your app live, such as the following: https://angular.now-examples.now.sh
To deploy your Angular app with a Vercel for Git Integration, make sure it has been pushed to a Git repository.
Import the project into Vercel using your Git Integration of choice:
After your project has been imported, all subsequent pushes to branches will generate Preview Deployments, and all changes made to the default branch (commonly "master") will result in a Production Deployment.
Set up a Angular app with a few clicks using the Deploy button, and create a Git repository for it in the process for automatic deployments for your updates.