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$ npm uninstall -g angular-cli # remove any previous angular-cli $ npm i -g @angular/cli $ ng --version _ _ ____ _ ___ / \ _ __ __ _ _ _| | __ _ _ __ / ___| | |_ _| / △ \ | '_ \ / _` |
$ npx -p @angular/cli ng new my-project && cd my-project # create new Angular CLI project $ npm i -D ngw # installing an improved cli-eject $ ./node_modules/.bin/ngw --set-up # run via terminal in project root Set up went successfully!
git clone https://github.com//surv-shell.git npm install npm install -g @angular/cli
Angular: 13.1.3 <=================== ... animations, common, core, forms, platform-browser Package Version ------------------------------------------------------------- @angular-devkit/architect
# Simulate the Bitbucket Pipelines build number in our local Terminal export BITBUCKET_BUILD_NUMBER=123 # Create a JSON text file to test with # https://stackoverflow.com/questions/4662938/create-text-file-and-fill-it-using-bash cat >
FROM node:16-alpine as builder WORKDIR /app # also creates the directory COPY package*.json . # relative to the WORKDIR RUN npm ci # including devDependencies, like @angular/cli COPY . . RUN ./node_modules/.bin/ng buil
ng --version npm uninstall -g @angular/cli npm cache clean --force npm install -g @email@example.com ng --version
npm install -g npm@latest
npm uninstall -g @angular/cli npm install -g @firstname.lastname@example.org ng --version // should hopefully see version 7.3.10
FROM node:12-alpine LABEL Author="okira-e" COPY package*.json ./ RUN npm install -g @angular/cli RUN npm install RUN mkdir src WORKDIR /src COPY . . EXPOSE 4200
ng update @angular/cli --migrate-only --from 11 --to 12
Trending Discussions on angular-cli
ok, I have the following method in an angular-cli service, I use it to update a table in "real time", pipe and tap, they work as I want, the bad thing is that it makes the http.get request constantly and obviously that's what it does which exploits the memory of the browser. I know that I can make a POST method and add the pipe and tap there, I add a button in my interface to add a new record and it is updated in real time (that works and is ideal). Unfortunately the http.POST method I use is in .dart / flutter. That is why I use pipe and tap in my angular http.GET getOrders method, so I find myself observing the changes, but what I want is to observe the changes as long as there is one. But what is happening is that this making call after call to the API asking if another new record was added, if it is correct it updates the view. How do I solve that?
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Apr-08 at 12:26
I think that if you want to do things in real time the best solution is work with websokcets instead of HTTP requests.
The other solution you could execute the method every N amount of seconds (of course, in this case it wont be on real time but will look like as real time).
Hope I helped you!
The npm packages are running as usual even if we delete the .js files from the respective node_modules folder. But is there a motive for the .js files yet? Thanks in advance
Edited to Add: As of Daniel W., edited js files are of no use and they get transpiled from .ts files Another question: Is it possible to edit .ts file interfaces? (clarifying the question): Is every interface defined in the node_module itself? or is some of them protected?
Edited To Add: I am using Angular-CLI. I edited the github project and used...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-26 at 12:00
I managed to reflect changes in
npm install E:/tmp/package.tgz
by changing the
flags. Example, once we run
ng build --prod
the changes will reflect again only if we run another flag like
ng build --prod --aot=false.
But I have dropped the project and went back to AngularJS since my team leader says he couldn't understand the Angular 13 language. Thanks for spending your valuable time mates
When dealing with MacOS and Angular, I know that you can install node/npm with Homebrew, and I know that you can use
npm install -g @angular/cli to install Angular globally amongst your node environments.
Setting up a new machine I recently discovered there was an
angular-cli homebrew formula. I am not super familiar with the general architecture of Homebrew and how it works, and what I have not been able to find is any discussion on the benefits of installing it one way or the other.
I typically try to subscribe to a "anything you can install with the main package manager do so", but am curious on the approach here as I'm not really sure the value of this as a brew formula.
What are the practical differences? If any? Disadvantages/advantages of one over the other?
- Updating - updating angular CLI now coupled to whether or not there is an updated formula for the update not just a new node package available?
- Install location - I know on other machines I have had to point pycharm to specific globally installed packages, where would it be referenced from?
- Other globally installed packages - If there is not a homebrew formula for some other package that should be globally installed, is it still installed in the same location as the ones managed with Homebrew or is it treated differently?
I know there's lots on how to install Angular CLI, but nothing I could find had this particular discussion/comparison....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-24 at 10:11
My experience with angular is somewhat limited, but I'll try to answer the question as best as I can.
Assuming you are installing the angular-cli npm package globally, there aren't too many differences:
- If you just want it to work, Homebrew is sometimes easier.
- "One tool to rule them all" - Unified approach to updating your system CLTs. Ironically, it even sets up npm for you.
- Ability to receive the latest update as soon as it's published.
- If you didn't install node via Homebrew, this method leads to less duplication. This is since Homebrew will install it's own version of node/npm to install angular-cli.
- This might lead to surprises about which npm you're using depending on how your path is configured.
All Homebrew is doing behind the scenes is running
npm install and symlinking the binary to your prefix (normally
/usr/local/bin on intel machines).
From the Homebrew formula:
So I've been following the official documentation to upgrade from Angular 5.2 to Angular 6.0 (I'm migrating an app to Angular 13).
When I run the command
NG_DISABLE_VERSION_CHECK=1 npx @angular/cli@6 update @angular/cli@6 I've got no errors whatsoever:
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-23 at 15:54
Found a solution in the end by emptying my
.npmrc file and running the command again
I am try to upgrade an Angular project from Angular v11 using
ng update and got peer dependency error. I referred How do I read npm "conflicting peer dependency" error messages? to understand about the peer dependency errors, but it still does not help in this case.
. Here's the output of
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-10 at 19:58
This is happening because of a Semver bug in npm. You should be able to fix it by adding
--force to your upgrade command or use yarn instead.
ref. GitHub Issue
(I too had the exact issue, this worked fine for me)
I'm trying to get an Angular Material instance working with the latest (13.x) version, using CodeSandbox (and by extension the CLI). I am receiving the dreaded, "Could not find angular material Core Theme" error. Note that I have tried importing via the usual routes
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Mar-03 at 01:58
The config file should be called
angular.json in angular 13. Here's a stackblitz with angular 13 and material set up: https://stackblitz.com/edit/angular-ivy-w8wwx5?file=angular.json
and here's the config file:
I have following versions currently installed...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-19 at 00:46
None of the posts I found worked no matter what I did. And Angular github was useless like in most cases.
Eventually, I have up on uninstalling or updating Angular CLI as none of solutions I found worked. I instead decided to uninstal node from my Mac and reinstall it.
To completely uninstall node, I followed this post https://www.positronx.io/how-to-uninstall-node-js-and-npm-from-macos/
Once I uninstalled node,
ng version no longer was reporting any angular so all good. Then I downloaded latest node and installed it on my Mac. After this I simply issued command to install angular like:
The instructions for setting up an Angular application project are straightforward. I have had no issue with setting up and running Stryker on an application project using default settings for Karma. I am having trouble getting it to work correctly when it is a Library project instead, however.
I have looked through the configuration documentation for Stryker and I have tried adjusting the paths to the relevant files (for mutation and the karma.config)
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-18 at 18:19
With help from nicojs, I was able to get basic Stryker functionality working on my library project.
As it turns out I was missing some critical configuration.
I was able to set the testRunner as karma. I added karma.ngConfig.testArguments.project and disableTypeChecks values in stryker.conf.json
I have a app that is currently deployed on heroku and working perfectly fine. I created a new heroku app and tried to run the same branch. I installed nodejs and all the configuration is the same but for some reason the build is failing at heroku-postbuild: "ng build --prod". It works fine on the previous instance I have on heroku but wont work on the new one. I don't know what i am missing as the information on the error is minimal. I am attaching my package.json as well as the error message I get. any help will be appreciated and let me know if you need me to upload anything else.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-26 at 07:04
Check if HEROKU_API_KEY is correct and that heroku_app_name is unique. Also this line seems sketcy:
Detected both "build" and "heroku-postbuild" scripts Running heroku-postbuild. Maybe refactor
build and run only build.
I am new to angular and was following the documentation to build a basic app.
Node - v14.7.3
npm - 7.22.0
Angular CLI: 12.2.4
OS: win32 x64
So far all I have done is
npm install @angular/cli
ng new firstApp
Following is the error that I am receiving,...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Sep-10 at 07:17
Try to install those modules separately
No vulnerabilities reported
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