The Angular front-end
The Angular front-end project comprises the following stuff:
/src/folder, which contains the Angular app source code files, as well as some static assets (HTML, CSS, and the like). If we look at the source code files, we can see that they have a
.tsextension, which means we’ll be using the TypeScript programming language (we’ll say more about this in a bit)
- A bunch of root files, which contain the Angular configuration settings, the required npm packages to run the app, and the scripts to build the development and production bundles to host it
The front-end part of the template will probably be seen as more complex to understand, because Angular—just like most client-side frameworks—has evolved at a dramatic pace, thus experiencing many breaking changes in its core architecture, toolchain management, coding syntax, template, and setup.
For this very reason, it’s very important to take our...