- You should be familiar with the basics of Angular, such as the concept of apps, settings, URLs, etc.
- You are familiar with the basics of GitHub and Git, like creating a GitHub account, creating a git repository (repo), and GitHub pages (GH-pages).
- You have an Angular application ready to deploy.
- Your base URL is on the correct path. Deployments to GH-pages fail because of setting the wrong base-href (base-url).
- A GitHub account.
- A GitHub repository (repo) with application code.
What is GitHub Pages?
Creating an Angular app
Let’s create a sample Angular app using the Angular CLI. if you are new to angular then follow this link to Creating Angular Project using Angular CLI.
If the Angular CLI is not installed yet, install it using npm. Refer to the following command:
npm install -g @angular/cli
Now, we can use Angular CLI to set up a new project. Use the ng new command to create an Angular application.
ng new angular-github-pages
When we run the application using below command we can see the Angular project run in localhost like below,
ng serve --open
Deployment Process to GitHub Repository
To begin, you should have created a GitHub repository for your project and pushed the code to the main/master branch, I have used Visual Studio Code to push into GitHub.
Once it published we can see the code is pushed into GitHub repository like below,
Get the Repo Link
On the toolbar under the repo name, click Settings > Pages.
Under Build and deployment, select Deploy from a branch. Next, select gh-pages as the name of the branch, then click Save. This will create a GH-pages link at the top right under the GH-pages label.
Next, copy this link to the published site as illustrated below. You will use the link to set up the base-ref during deployment.
Deploying using angular-cli-ghpages
Inside the sample folder, add the angular-cli-ghpages package using the following command:
ng add angular-cli-ghpages
The deploy command is simple, and we must add a base-href argument with the name of the repository in it:
ng deploy --base-href=https://GithubUserName.github.io/GithubRepoName/
ng deploy --base-href=https://jayanttripathy.github.io/angular-github-pages/
After this run you can see a success message like below,
After that navigate to the github.io and access the page like below,
Here we discussed about How to Deploy Angular App in GitHub Pages. There are different methods to host an Angular app in GitHub Pages, allowing us to use anything that suits our requirements. In this blog post, the first method didn’t have all the files in the repository, and only the output files were present. In the second method, the whole application was set up, but only the docs output folder was used for hosting in GitHub Pages.
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