Setting Up An Angular Environment

Installing Node.js


We are almost done! Let's get started with Node.js

One of the most important tools we need for Angular development is Node.js. Node is a popular choice for creating server-side applications, but it's also a runtime environment that gives us tools to do things like running Webpack to build or source files to distribution. Pretty much any modern JavaScript application is going to use Node.js and its package manager, npm, in some way. We'll definitely need it in our Angular development, so let's get it installed!


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