Composing application files for a minimum viable Angular 2 application

When approaching Angular 2 initially, it is useful to have an understanding of an application structure that is torn down to the bare metal. In the case of a minimum viable application, it will consist of a single component. Since this is a chapter on application organization, it isn't so much about what that component will look like, but rather how to take the TypeScript component definition and actually get it to render in a web page.


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