This quick tutorial guides you to install Angular 9 on any linux machine with compatible Node version setups.
- Find the current Node.js version and if necessary, upgrade it. Install Node.js if Node.js is not available in your environment.
$ node -v // if (node is not installed) : install node // if (node version >= 10.13) : do nothing // if (node version < 10.13) : upgrade to 10.13 or latest stable node version using n module $ sudo npm cache clean -f $ sudo npm install -g n $ sudo n stable // alternatively, you can run `n #.#.#` to get a specific node version via n module $ sudo n 10.15.3
- if you don’t have a current Angular installation in your environment, use below command to install exactly Angular 9 using
$ npm install --global @firstname.lastname@example.org
- The above command will install
angular 9.0.0-rc.14which is the latest version at the time of writing. But to make sure you have the latest Angular release version in the future, run the below command too.
$ ng update @angular/core@9 @angular/cli@9
- However, if your intention is to install the latest stable version or latest next release version, you can specify those too.
$ npm install --global @angular/cli $ npm install --global @angular/cli@stable $ npm install --global @angular/cli@next
Updating Angular versions in your environment can break the currently-working Angular projects in your environment due to the version mismatches. Therefore, we highly recommend to stick into the official Angular update guide and update your Angular projects one-by-one before updating Angular versions globally in your environment. Once all projects are successfully updated to latest Angular version, you can then update the Angular version globally if you want.
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