In Chapter 2, Our First Application – Sports News Combinator, we discussed how to create an application without Angular CLI, and it had multiple steps that needed to go perfectly for us to have a bare minimum application up and running. Angular CLI does that for us and does it in the easiest possible manner. For both our applications, Sports News Combinator and Trello, we used Angular CLI to get the application off the ground.
The Angular CLI can do much more than what we have seen so far in the preceding chapters. It can be used for creating a new project and adding components, services, and modules, and provides features such as building, testing, and linting your application, all of which we will see in this chapter.
We will focus on the following topics in this chapter:
- An introduction to Angular CLI, where we'll learn what Angular CLI...