Some time ago, an article called Creating My First Web App with Angular 2 in Eclipse was published. Since then, Angular was upgraded and became Angular 4, and new tooling for it in Webclipse appeared. Let’s see how to create a simple application using Angular 4 and new Angular tooling looks.
Angular IDE or Webclipse —We’ll do our development using this Eclipse-based IDE. If you want to go without it – please, refer to the previous article.
Node.js, NPM, Angular CLI—These are the core tools for Angular development. They would be installed automatically by the IDE.
Basic knowledge of TypeScript, HTML, and Eclipse.
Creating a New Angular Project
Switch to Angular perspective using the button at the top-right corner of your IDE.