As you may already know the e2e stands for the end-to-end tests. And the ng e2e is building a serving a project and then it triggers Protractor to run e2e tests.
What is does is it opens Angular documentation. To use it you need to specify the exact keyword to be searched.
The command triggers the deploy builder for a certain project, that is why the syntax for it is …
Set and gets the configuration from the angular.json file in your workspace.
The ng build compiles the project to the /dist directory. Just remember to call it inside the working directory.
This option is responsible for gathering information about the CLI. Once we call it on an empty (new) Angular CLI project we get this information in the terminal/console
That option allows you to add another external library to your project (your nom library list). Example (pwa support).
You need to know what are the commands to create and run a project as without them it would be very hard to use Angular CLI. Why? The CLI stands for the …
The package.json is a very important file in your Angular (and not only) project. In the Angular new – the structure of a project post I wrote that I will explain a bit more …
Once you set up an application with Angular CLI you end up with a directory full of files. This said to be a perfectly working application.