The Angular CLI makes it easy to build a production ready Angular app. The next step is getting that app up and in the cloud. This is where a CI process helps take that code from Github, build it properly, and the deploy it to Azure. I outlined the detailed steps below if you want to try this for yourself. If you want to learn how to build your Angular app using the Angular CLI, check out my course on Pluralsight. You can also watch these steps in this 3 minute video. Prerequisites We need something to serve the assets such as Node.js. Be sure you have a Node.js server in your Angular project, similar to the one...
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