Getting Started with Angular 2
Click here to see an updated version of this tutorial that's been upgraded for Angular 2.0 RC1.
I was hired by one of my current clients in November to help them develop a project management application with AngularJS. I'm proud to say we've built the application, it looks great, and it's scheduled to be released next month. The team had lots of experience with ExtJS, but was new to AngularJS. While using AngularJS worked, they're keen on moving to Angular 2 shortly after it's released.
To help them learn Angular 2, I decided to write a couple tutorials similar to the AngularJS tutorials I wrote last year. In this tutorial, I did my best to keep the functionality and features similar to Getting Started with AngularJS so you can compare the code between the two.
What you'll build
You'll build a simple web application with Angular 2 and TypeScript. You'll add search and edit features with mock data.
What you'll need
- About 15-30 minutes.
- A favorite text editor or IDE. I recommend IntelliJ IDEA.
- Git installed.
- Node.js and npm installed. I recommend using nvm.
Create your project
Clone the angular2-seed repository using git:
git clone https://github.com/mgechev/angular2-seed.git angular2-tutorial cd angular2-tutorial[Read More]