Build an AngularJS webapp using Yeoman

We get the Yeoman working last time.


Now, we can use Yeoman to scaffold a AngularJS project. =)

1. Install the angular webapp generator.

npm install -g generator-angular


2. Create your project folder. I use eureka in the following example.

mkdir eureka


3. Change to the new created directory.

cd eureka


4. Scaffold the AngularJS webapp.

yo angular


5. Test if your installation is working by starting the grunt server.

grunt server


6. Check it out.

Done =)


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