This chapter explains the syntax and options of ng help command along with an example.
An example for ng help command is given below −
ng help [options]
ng help command lists the available commands with their short descriptions.
Options are optional parameters.
|Sr.No.||Option & Syntax||Description|
|1||--help= true|false|json|JSON||Shows a help message for this command in the console. Default: false|
An example for ng help command is given below −
\>Node ng help Available Commands: add Adds support for an external library to your project. analytics Configures the gathering of Angular CLI usage metrics. See https://v 8.angular.io/cli/usage-analytics-gathering. build (b) Compiles an Angular app into an output directory named dist/ at the given output path. Must be executed from within a workspace directory. deploy Invokes the deploy builder for a specified project or for the default project in the workspace. config Retrieves or sets Angular configuration values in the angular.json file for the workspace. doc (d) Opens the official Angular documentation (angular.io) in a browser, an d searches for a given keyword. e2e (e) Builds and serves an Angular app, then runs end-to-end tests using Pro tractor. generate (g) Generates and/or modifies files based on a schematic. help Lists available commands and their short descriptions. lint (l) Runs linting tools on Angular app code in a given project folder. new (n) Creates a new workspace and an initial Angular app. run Runs an Architect target with an optional custom builder configuration defined in your project. serve (s) Builds and serves your app, rebuilding on file changes. test (t) Runs unit tests in a project. update Updates your application and its dependencies. See https://update.angular.io/ version (v) Outputs Angular CLI version. xi18n (i18n-extract) Extracts i18n messages from source code. For more detailed help run "ng [command name] --help"
In case of individual commands, use the --help or -h option with the command. First move to an angular project created using ng new command and then run the command. The chapter which explains the ng new command is available at https://www.tutorialspoint.com/angular_cli/angular_cli_ng_new.htm.
An example is given below −
\>Node\>TutorialsPoint> ng serve --help Builds and serves your app, rebuilding on file changes. usage: ng serve <project> [options] arguments: project The name of the project to build. Can be an application or a library. options: --allowed-hosts Whitelist of hosts that are allowed to access the dev server. --aot Build using Ahead of Time compilation. --base-href Base url for the application being built. --browser-target Target to serve. --build-event-log **EXPERIMENTAL** Output file path for Build Event Protocol events --common-chunk Use a separate bundle containing code used across multiple bundles. --configuration (-c) A named build target, as specified in the "configurations" section of angular.json. Each named target is accompanied by a configuration of option defaults for t hat target. Setting this explicitly overrides the "--prod" flag --deploy-url URL where files will be deployed. --disable-host-check Don't verify connected clients are part of allowed hosts. --eval-source-map Output in-file eval sourcemaps. --help Shows a help message for this command in the console. --hmr Enable hot module replacement. --hmr-warning Show a warning when the --hmr option is enabled. --host Host to listen on. --live-reload Whether to reload the page on change, using live-reload. --open (-o) Opens the url in default browser. --optimization Enables optimization of the build output. --poll Enable and define the file watching poll time period in milliseconds. --port Port to listen on. --prod Shorthand for "--configuration=production". When true, sets the build configuration to the production target. By default, the production target is set up in the workspace configuration such that all builds make use of bundling, limited tree-shaking, and also limited dead code elimination. --progress Log progress to the console while building. --proxy-config Proxy configuration file. --public-host The URL that the browser client (or live-reload client, if enabled) should u see to connect to the development server. Use for a complex dev server setup, such as one with reverse proxies. --serve-path The pathname where the app will be served. --serve-path-default-warning Show a warning when deploy-url/base-href use unsupported serve path values. --source-map Output sourcemaps. --ssl Serve using HTTPS. --ssl-cert SSL certificate to use for serving HTTPS. --ssl-key SSL key to use for serving HTTPS. --vendor-chunk Use a separate bundle containing only vendor libraries. --vendor-source-map Resolve vendor packages sourcemaps. --verbose Adds more details to output logging. --watch Rebuild on change.
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