In this scenario you'll learn how to get started with Angular 4 (the tutorial works also with Angular 2).
- install all necessary packages into a fresh CentOS Docker container
- clone a Angular 4 template from GIT,
- define a single page Hello World app,
- view the app in a Browser
- demonstrate the binding between model and view
The commands are run in a Docker host environment, so you do not need to install anything locally. Instead, you can run all commands in a console within an Internet browser.
This scenario has started a Jenkins Docker container to configure and run Jenkins Pipelines. With an example project that is throwing random unit test failures, we have demonstrated, how to create and display a test report trend graph.
Coming soon: Learn how to automatically trigger a Pipeline workflow with our triggered pipeline scenario.
Angular 4 Hello World via Quickstart
Preparation: Start Container and install GIT and NPM
Install via quickstart (requires low memory)
Step 1: Start CentOS Container
docker run -it -p 8080:3000 centos bash
or skip Step 1 and 2 for starting with a Docker image
Step 2: Install Git and NPM
On the container we install git and npm from the EPEL release:
yum install -y epel-release git npm
The version should be 3 or larger.