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angular 6 tutorial for beginners step by step


Angular 6 for beginners

Requisites (Development Environment) :
  1. Node JS - Download and install  (Latest)
  2. Visual Studio Code - download and install
  3. Install Angular CLI (Command Line interface)  using the following command in terminal or command prompt npm i -g @angular/cli refer the below image.


if you did the above three steps your system environment is ready for development.

Requisites (knowledge-based) :

  1. The basic idea about HTML
  2. The basic idea about CSS
  3. Basic knowledge with TypeScript   or we will discuss it 
  4. Chrome browser debugging ( Inspect element option) or we will discuss it 

Create your first project  using ng CLI Command Line interface

  • Open your visual-studio code 
  • To open the integrated terminal  in Vs Code in  view menu click integrated terminal or using the shortcut (Ctrl+`)

Integrated Terminal  ( ctrl+`)



  • navigate to your project directory using  CD (change directory ) command  as below


  • For Creating new angular Project use  NG new <ProjectName>   command  in the Integrated terminal as below, ex : NG new Session1 and press enterhere Session1 is my project name  
  • it will take one to two minutes to create the project 
  • in VsCode  menu File , Open Folder , locate your project directory and open it 


  • you are successfully  created the angular project 
  • use ng serve command to run the project , and view it in the browser 
  • Web server started and it is listening for the URL http://localhost:4200/

  • you can browse it using chrome browser ( recommended) or  any latest browser



congratulation you created an angular  project successfully.







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