Angular Versioning
Angular Installation

Things Need For Angular Installation

  1. Code Editor (Visual Studio Code)
  2. Node JS
  3. NPM (Node Package Manager)
  4. Angular CLI (Command Line Interface)

Visual Studio Code

  • Microsoft Visual Studio Code is a free, open source and lightweight but powerful source code editor that runs on your desktop and on the web.
  • Microsoft VS Code is available for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Raspberry Pi OS.
  • Microsoft VS Code comes with built-in support for JavaScript, TypeScript, and Node.js and has a rich variety of extensions for other programming languages (such as C++, C#, Java, Python, PHP etc)

Node JS

  • In Web Development, Node.js is a free, open source, lean, fast, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment that is useful for both servers and desktop applications.
  • Node JS applications aren’t limited to pure JavaScript.
  • You can use any language that transpiles to JavaScript, for example TypeScript and CoffeeScript.
  • Node.js supports the Google Chrome V8 JavaScript engine, which supports (ES) ECMAScript 2015 (ES6 Modern JavaScript) syntax without any need for an EcmaScript 6 To EcmaScript 5 transpiler such as Babel.


  • Full form of NPM or NPM stands for Node Package Manager.
  • NPM is a package manager for the Node JavaScript platform.
  • NPM is known as the world’s largest software registry.
  • Open-source developers all around the world use NPM to publish worldwide and share their source code.

Angular CLI

  • Angular CLI, it refers to command-line interface, which happens to be an interface used for developing and scaffolding Angular applications by making use of Node JS style modules.
  • Angular CLI is accountable for handling all the typical tedious jobs like creating components, creating modules creating templates etc apart from offering us a scalable project structure.
  • As the name suggests, Angular CLI happens to be a command-line tool meant for angular applications.

Vs Code Download Link

Node JS Download Link

Angular Installation

  • After Installing Node JS & NPM, check their version
    • node -v
    • npm -v

Installing Angular CLI

  • You can use the Angular CLI to create projects, generate application and library code, and perform a variety of ongoing development tasks such as testing, bundling, and deployment.
  • To install the Angular CLI, open a terminal window and run the following command:
  • npm install -g @angular/cli
  • Use the command “ng v” to check the version of angular CLI.

Angular Versioning

  • Angular 12 release date May 12, 2021.
  • Angular 13 release date November 3, 2021.
  • Angular 14 release date 2nd June 2022.
  • Note: Angular release its major version after every 6 months.
  • Then Angular Team releases new versions of the Angular versions Regularly and the last stable version that is available in Angular 14.1.0 / 20 July 2022.
Major Minor Patch
    • Significant New Features.
    • Some but minimal Developer assistance Needed.
    • You may need to run Update scripts, refactoring Code additional Tests & newly added APIs
    • Smaller features With backward Compatibility.
    • No developer Assistance required.
    • No need to run Update scripts.
    • Bug fixes or any Defect will be removed From the current version.

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