Serving your Angular CLI App Locally over HTTPS

When creating an Angular CLI app using the ng new command, the CLI itself will create some scripts in the packages.json relating to the building, testing, and local serving of your app. When running npm start it will subsequently run ng serve which by default runs the web server on localhost in HTTP (e.g. http://localhost:4200). This is all well and … Continue reading Serving your Angular CLI App Locally over HTTPS

Using the Angular CLI and the Yeoman Generator to create an Office Add-in

I am a big fan of the Angular CLI, it is just so easy to scaffold an Angular application from scratch, and get up and going quickly. But when creating an Office Add-in, the scaffolding tool of choice is  Yeoman and the office generator. Below lists out how to use both to create an Office Add-in … Continue reading Using the Angular CLI and the Yeoman Generator to create an Office Add-in

Adding LaunchDarkly to your Angular CLI Application

Creating an angular app from scratch is annoying and time consuming. The easiest option is to use the Angular CLI to create a new app and its components; this gets you up and running very quickly. What I am talking about below is how to add the LaunchDarkly JavaScript library to an Angular CLI application, … Continue reading Adding LaunchDarkly to your Angular CLI Application