How to install Angular 6 - Tutorial

How to install Angular 6 - Tutorial

All right then Angular 6 has been released! In this tutorial, we are going to install angular 6 step-by-step from Beginner level

If you already familiar with Angular 2,4 or 5 then this process will remain same.

Fortunately, if you already have experience with Angular 2,4 or 5 the process of starting a new Angular 6 project is pretty much the same.

However, if you have no previous experience with Angular, don’t worry — installing Angular 6 is easy.

So, let’s get started…


You’re going to need a couple of things before proceeding:

To check whether or not you have both of these installed, visiting your command line or Terminal and type:

node -v
npm -v

 If you don’t have knowledge of node.js then please check getting-started-with-node.js article else continue here.

Installing Angular 6 through the CLI

The Angular CLI (Command Line Interface) is the quickest and easiest way to get started with an Angular 6 project.

We’re going to use NPM  to install the Angular CLI through the following command:

npm install -g @angular/cli

Once installed, you can access the CLI tool by typing ng.

To check the version of your Angular CLI, type:

ng -v

It will show currently installed CLI Version, Great now we have installed CLI and its ready to use with angular.

Create Blank Project in Angular 6 with CLI

Now go to the directory where you want to place the project with CLI and then type:

ng new <Project_Name>

 It will take some time, once installation completed go to project directory and type:

ng -v

It will return actual Angular version we have installed and other info.

now we have installed Angular 6 and you can run the project in-browser by typing:

ng serve

And that’s it! You have a latest Angular 6 ready and waiting for you to develop.

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