In continuation from our last angular tutorial. In this tutorial we explore how modules are added in angular project. We will make a text filed and a simple paragraph tag. Whatever will be written in the text filed will automatically shown in the paragraph tag, in short we will bind text filed with paragraph tag.
In this tutorial we will add Bootstrap in our angular cli project. Create a fresh project if you like or you can add in your existing project. Now open command prompt or Terminal and go to your project folder. Here issue the following command.
In this Angular Tutorial, we created our first Angular app but we did not changed anything there. Now in this tutorial we are going to edit it. For that we are going to use and Integrated Development Enviroment (IDE). For this tutorial we will use Visual Studio Code which which a free IDE and you can download it and install.
Let's build our first Angular app. For that, we'll use the official Angular Command Line Interface (CLI) and that is the recommended and best way of creating Angular projects because Angular projects are actually a bit more elaborate regarding their build workflow.
You might have noticed different version of angular, We have Angular 6, 5, 4, 2, 1. So question arises What's up with all of these versions? The answer is Angular 2 is complete rewrite of Angular 1, which was the first Angular framework released and that was released quite a couple of years ago.