Angular Environment Setup on Windows 10. Alright! The first thing we need to do before getting started on developing applications in Angular, we need to set up our development environment. We need to download and install couple things before we get coding.
Things to install
Visual Studio Code
Git Bash Terminal
Npm stands for Node Package Manager which is used to install the dependencies we need to set up angular.
Git Bash Terminal is a linux-like command line interface. This is optional, but I am going to use this because I’m used to linux commands, and as a developer, this should be useful at some point of our coding life.
Let’s jump right into it…
Angular Environment Setup on Windows 10
Installing Node.js :
Installing Node.js is as easy as googling node and clicking the download link, downloading the windows version and installing it. Its all next, next, next, finish. Simple as that!