Skip to content
Sample Angular application used in the "Angular: Getting Started" course: http://bit.ly/Angular-GettingStarted
Branch: master
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Type Name Latest commit message Commit time
Failed to load latest commit information.
.vscode Updated the settings. Feb 19, 2016
APM-Final Add import required for Stackblitz. Jan 29, 2019
APM-Start Add import required for Stackblitz. Dec 29, 2018
.gitignore Updated with easier starting instructions. May 20, 2016
CHANGELOG.md Update CHANGELOG.md Dec 5, 2018
LICENSE Initial commit Feb 16, 2016
README.md Update README.md Feb 18, 2019
links.md Update links.md Mar 12, 2019

README.md

Angular-Getting Started

Materials for the "Angular: Getting Started" course on Pluralsight.

APM-Start: The starter files set up for use in VSCode, WebStorm, or other editors. Use this to code along with the course. (Updated for Angular version 7 or higher)

APM-Final: The completed files. Use this to see the completed solution from the course. (Updated for Angular version 7 or higher)

See the README.md file under each folder for details on installing and running the application.

If you have any problems installing or running this code, please see the "Angular: Getting Started Problem Solver"

If that does not resolve your issue, please post to the discussion board for the course

NOTE: The installation was tested using node v8.10.0 and npm 6.0.1.

If you want to work through the course without downloading npm or any of the libraries, try the course with Stackblitz by following this link: https://stackblitz.com/github/DeborahK/Angular-GettingStarted/tree/master/APM-Start

For the completed code on stackblitz, check out this link: https://stackblitz.com/edit/github-gettingstarted-deborahk

NOTE: If you chose to use Stackblitz, note that it currently does not support reading json files from a folder defined in the angular.json file. Rather, you need to copy the products folder from the api folder to the assets folder. Then modify the productUrl to look in the assets folder: private productUrl = 'assets/products/products.json';

Note also that Stackblitz does not seem to recognize the Font Awesome icons. So you will instead see portions of squares.

You can’t perform that action at this time.