The is the base reusable implementation for Angular type tech stacks. The stack includes:
- Angular7 using a Model-View-Controller design pattern
- Fully functional front-end with a mix of
- Material Design
Along with what is supported by the parent tech stack (.nodejs.tech.stack)
, the following are overridden and additional capabilities:
- A set of macros containing Angular 7 specifics which override CI/CD defaults found in the parent tech stack. These come in to play during the generation of a vendor specific CI/CD YAML file.
- Angular Files:
- The set of Angular files required to create a fully functional Angular compliant web application complete with a presentation tier, backend tier, and persistence tier. These files are generally agnostic to subsequent Angular versions and therefore are valuable when this tech stack is derived from.
If using a CI/CD platform such as CircleCI, AWS Codebuild, Jenkins, etc.., it is best to refer to the Pipeline YAML file generated for that platform.
If not using a CI/CD platform refer to the instructions below on how to use the generated project.
To get started manually
The following instructions assume NPM is installed. If not, you can download it by installing Node.js
Install the Angular CLI
npm install -g @angular/cli
Create a new project by the name used to generate the application.
Note: It is important to use this name because the next step expects this name.
ng new <>
Copying Generated Files
From the current directory, pull the generated files from the Git repository committed to.
Run ng serve
for a dev server.
Navigate to http://localhost:4200/
. The app will automatically reload if you change any of the source files.
Run ng build
to build the project. The build artifacts will be stored in the dist/
Use the –prod flag for a production build.
It is assumed MongoDB is running at the specified host url that was provided as part of the application options.
See file ./config/mongoDb.js
to make changes to the database location
Running Unit Tests
Run ng test
to execute the unit tests via Karma
Running End-to-End Tests
Run ng e2e
to execute the end-to-end tests via Protractor