Run yo angular-fullstack (optionally passing an app name):

yo angular-fullstack

You'll then be asked a series of questions regarding options for the generated app. Such things include using JavaScript or TypeScript, HTML or Pug, Bootstrap, SQL, and so on. If you don't know what to answer for a question, or just want to use our preferred options, hitting ENTER will use the default options for that question, and move on to the next one.

Once you've answered all the questions, a project will be scaffolded for you according to the options you entered. Then, npm dependencies will automatically be installed. Once that's all complete, you're ready to get started with your app!


Run the following:

git init && git add . && git commit -m 'Initial Commit'

Go to and enter a repository name. Click 'Create repository'. Then push to your remote repository with these commands:

git remote add origin<YOUR_USERNAME>/<YOUR_APPNAME>.git
git push -u origin master

Note: replace <YOUR_USERNAME> & <YOUR_APPNAME> with your GitHub username and repository name.

Commit early and commit often. Branches are cheap; use them often.

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