Wednesday, October 3, 2018

How to deploy or host angular app in Github pages as a website

How to deploy or host  angular app in Github pages as a website
1. Create a account in Github
2. Create a repository - get your url ready from the github
3. Go to your project directory in angular js where you run your app locally using ng serve
4. Open package.json file from ide
5. Add the following to the first section of the file
"name": "your angular app name", - this will be already there
"baseHref": "/your repository folder name",     like this /examplerep
  "version": "0.0.0",
  "license": "MIT",

6. Come back to project folder
7. install gh pages for github :npm install gh-pages --save-dev
8.makesure that you have cloned the github repository to desktop locally,you can do
this from also(open in desktop). back in the project folder run this command to build your project
ng build --prod --base--href "your repository folder name" https://yourlogin (without.git extension).
wait for the build to complete .
10.install the files to github in the following way the command: angular-cli-ghpages --repo=
Once done,please open the url your created in line 9 in browser to see your angular app running on github.

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