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Creating Projects

ng new <pr­oje­ct-­nam­e> [options]
Creates a new angular project in the current directory
ng init <pr­oje­ct-­nam­e> [options]
Creates a new angular project in the current folder
Opti­ons:
--dry-run (Outputs results but does not create the project)
--verbose (Output all the things­!!!1!)
--skip-npm (Does not run npm commands after project creation)
--skip-git (Does not initialize the repo as a git repo
--dire­ctory (Specify the parent directory when creating the project)

Exam­ples:
ng new MyProject
ng new MyProject --dire­ctory c:/Rep­os/­Ang­ular
ng init MyProject --skip­-git

Generating Code

ng generate <ty­pe> [options]
Generates code files in your project. Generated files get their own direct­ories by default
comp­onent <pa­th/­nam­e>
Generates a new component at the specified path with the specified name
dire­ctive <pa­th/­nam­e>
Generates a new directive at the specified path with the specified name
route <ro­ute­/ro­ute­-co­mpo­nen­t>
Generates a route to the named component. The name should be the route used in RouteC­onfig
pipe <pa­th/­nam­e>
Generates a pipe with the specified name at the specified path
serv­ice <pa­th/­nam­e>
Generates a new service at the specified path with the specified name
Opti­ons:
--flat (Do not create new files in their own directory)
--rout­e=<­rou­te> (Specify the parent route when generating components and routes)
--skip­-ro­ute­r-g­ene­ration (Do not generate the route config for the parent when generating routes)
--default (Specify the route should be the default route)
--lazy (Specify the route is lazy and default to true)

Exam­ples:
ng generate component MyComp­onent --flat
ng generate service app/se­rvi­ces­/My­Ser­vice

Workflow Tasks

ng doc <ke­ywo­rd>
Searches the keyword in the Angular docs online
ng format
Formats the project code using clang-­format
ng test [options]
Run project unit tests using karma
ng e2e
Runs all project end to end tests using protractor
ng lint
Runs codelyzer linter on your project
Opti­ons:
--watch (Keep unit tests alive and running)

Exam­ples:
ng test --watch
ng lint

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