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.