This fourth post discusses how to wire up your web server, in our case Express, to serve your files. We’ll configure it with Live Reload via the tiny-lr plugin. We’ll also test a small Angular2 project to make sure our project has what it takes to get an Angular2 app into the wild.
This is the third in a four-part series that reviews a TypeScript-based Angular2 project. In this post we discuss how to configure and use TypeScript using a tsconfig.json file, and via both the command line and a Gulp plugin.
This second part of a four-part series discusses how to configure Gulp to watch files for changes and copy them to a target directory. It also adds the relevant dependency files for deploying an Angular2 application.
The overview of a four-part series that shows how one TypeScript-based build of an Angular2 application works. We’ll use this as a basis for additional blog articles on Angular2.
So you want to hack around with Angular 2 but you don’t have a build environment? No big deal, the Plunker web IDE has just the template for you!
Learn about how to write code in ES6 or TypeScript using tools such as babel, babel-node, typescript’s tsc compiler and more.
So you want to learn Angular2? Learn from us. We’re putting together a series of blog posts on the matter, starting with this introduction, covering some of the major features of Angular2 and language options.