00:00 Install the Angular CLI from NPM, remembering to include the -g to indicate that you wish to install it globally. This will allow you to create applications outside the scope of any existing application.
00:11 With the instillation complete, verify the instillation by running ng--version. Now you know you have a proper instillation of the Angular CLI.
00:20 To create an application, type ng to activate the Angular CLI, new to indicate that you wish to create a new application, and then the name of the application you wish to create. In this case, I will use sample as the name of the application.
00:34 By creating a new application, we've also created a new directory with the same name of the application. From that directory, you can run ng-serve to compile the application and run it.
00:48 Take note that the application is running on local host port 4200.
00:54 With the application now being served, you can navigate to local host port 4200 in your browser to see the application running. The Angular CLI's ng-serve provides a live reload experience. Make a change to the app component in your editor, save the file, and see the changes reflected directly in your browser.