(Music) It can be challenging to create modern web applications that follow best practices and that are optimized for development. The Angular CLI takes care of these efficiently and effectively. Hi, I'm John Papa. Welcome to my course on the Angular CLI here on Pluralsight. I'm a web architect, Angular developer expert, and the author of the official Angular Style Guide. I'm very excited to share this course with you. The course gently introduces how to install the CLI, and then how to use it to create apps, generate new features, lint, test, and build apps. By the end of this course, you'll have learned how to build Angular applications faster and with great consistency. Before beginning this course, you should be familiar with Angular, but you don't have to be an expert by any means. If you'd like to get a primer on Angular, you can check out my course, Angular First Look, here on Pluralsight. Please join me on this journey to learn the Angular CLI. We hope you enjoy it.
Learn how to create, generate, lint, debug, test, build, and serve high quality apps that follow the Angular Style Guide using the Angular CLI. Do you want to hone your Angular skills and develop great apps faster, all while following the recommended practices in the official Angular style guide? In this course, Angular CLI, you'll learn how to create, cultivate, debug, test, and serve apps using the Angular CLI, language features and code snippets. First, you'll learn how to generate an application. Next you'll explore how to generate new components and services. Finally, you'll explore and run tests serve code locally, build, and serve code intended for a production deployment. By the end of this course, you'll feel confident in your new Angular knowledge that you can apply right away in your own work.