Earlier, I posted about creating an Angular 4 app with VS 2017 and also posted a guide to upgrade an Angular 4 app to Angular 5 with VS 2017. Now you can also create Angular 5 app with Visual Studio 2017, without installing any third-party extensions or templates. This post talks about how to create an Angular 5 App with Visual Studio 2017 and how to extend it with a simple example. (more…)
Setting up Angular 2 in your application is quite time-consuming compare to AngularJS 1. For setting up Angular 1.x, all you need to do is to just add the reference of library but with Angular 2, it requires some more work due to dependency on Grunt or Gulp for build process, TypeScript and it’s compiler. And setting this with Visual Studio 2015 is even more time-consuming. Angular Team is aware of this and they came up with a solution and introduced a new command line tool (cli) for Angular 2. Yes, Angular CLI is here for Angular 2 applications.