Getting an application written is the first challenge, however having proper tests, running those tests in a continuous integration pipeline as well as deploying the application to your cloud host can be a task to setup. Here is a quickstart to create an application using the angular-cli, using codeship to build and run the test using the angular-cli and the push to a website on Azure. Using the angular-cli we can quickly create an application by executing the commands... ng new quickstart-ng-cli cd quickstart-ng-cli ng serve Once that is scaffolded out, create your GitHub repo and check in the source. For a full angular-cli walk through look at my post Angular 2: A Re-Quickstart using the CLI Codeship Go to...
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