When thinking about a minimum viable Angular 2 application, the configuration files are as close to the metal of the runtime environment as you'll get. In this case, there are two configuration files that will control how
npm and its installed packages will manage the files and the start-up processes:
Some part of this recipe may be a review for developers that are more experienced with
npm and its faculties. However, it's important to understand how a very simple Angular 2 project configuration can be structured, so that you are able to wholly understand more complex configurations that are build upon its fundamentals.
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