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How To Serve Angular 4 App To Browser Via Node

From the Integrated Terminal prompt in Visual Studio Code

ng serve --port 4200

Note. Port 4200 is the default port over which your Angular 4 app will be served to the browser via Node ie.) ng serve.

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Note. The above synopsis was derived from an article written by Nate Murray [1].

  1. ng-book 2: The Complete Guide to Angular by Nate Murray, Felipe Coury, Ari Lerner, and Carlos Taborda


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