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Angular 10, NgRx and Angular Material Starter

by @tomastrajan

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Getting started

git clone new-project
cd new-project
npm install
npm start

Useful Commands

  • npm start - starts a dev server and opens browser with running app
  • npm run start:prod - runs full prod build and serves prod bundle
  • npm run test - runs lint and tests
  • npm run watch - runs tests in watch mode
  • npm run prettier - runs prettier to format whole code base (.ts and .scss)
  • npm run analyze - runs full prod build and webpack-bundle-analyzer to visualize how much code is shipped (dependencies & application)


Make It Your Own

When using this starter project to build your own app you might consider some of the following steps:

  • use search and replace functionality of your favourite IDE to replace anms with <your-app-prefix>
  • rename project in package.json name property and set appropriate version (eg 0.0.0 or 1.0.0)
  • remove / rename context path config -- --deploy-url /angular-ngrx-material-starter/ --base-href /angular-ngrx-material-starter in package.json, this is used to configure url (context path) on which the application will be available (eg.<context-path>/)
  • rename app in /environments/ files (will be shown in browser tab)
  • delete pre-existing (you will generate your own with future releases of your features)
  • delete, and files as they are relevant only if project is open sourced on Github
  • edit the title and Open Graph metadata properties in index.html
  • remove or adjust links in the footer
  • replace logo in /assets folder ( currently 128 x 128 pixel png file )
  • adjust colors in /themes/default-theme.scss
  • create a pull request in the original repository to update file with a link and short description of your project

Continuous Integration

Starter project is using Travis CI for running linters and tests on every commit. Based on your preferences and needs you can either:

  • not use / use other CI server and delete both .travis.yml and
  • create Travis CI account and link it to your projects Github repo and configure build with GH_REF and GH_TOKEN environment variables for automatic deployment of releases to Github Pages


The main goal of this repository is to provide an up to date example of Angular application following all recent best practices in various areas like:

  • @ngrx/store - including reducers, actions, selectors
  • @ngrx/effects - for implementation of side effects like http requests, logging, notifications,...
  • @ngrx/entity - for CRUD operations
  • @ngrx/router-store - to connect the Angular Router to @ngrx/store
  • @ngrx/store-devtools - to enable a powerful time-travelling debugger.
  • @angular/material - material design component library, theming, ...
  • routing
  • testing of all the above mentioned concepts
  • Angular CLI configuration (prod build, budgets, ...)

This repository will also strive to always stay in sync with releases of Angular and the related libraries. The nature of the repository is also a great match for first time open source contributors who can add simple features and enhance test coverage, all contributors are more than welcome!

Learning Materials

Articles with content that explains various approaches used to build this starter project.



  • custom themes support (4 themes included)
  • lazy-loading of feature modules
  • lazy reducers
  • localStorage ui state persistence
  • @ngrx/effects for API requests
  • fully responsive design
  • angular-material and custom components in SharedModule


  • Angular
  • ngrx (or try ngx-model if you prefer less boilerplate)
  • Angular Material
  • Bootstrap 4 (only reset, utils and grids)


  • Blocking at emitting LicenseWebpackPlugin when npm start - try using cnpm instead of npm


Want to start contributing to open source with Angular?

Leave your mark and join the growing team of contributors!

Get started by checking out list of open issues and reading Contributor Guide

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