Angular applications can run well when served by Apache under its default configuration, but there is undoubtedly room for improvements, both Angular specific and otherwise. We will explore adding a third-party module to extend Apache's default global functionality, while adding some rewrite rules to support the use of the HTML5 History API within your Angular application.
Note that Apache can be configured in many varying ways to support all types of infrastructures and applications. Before modifying any of Apache's configurations within a production environment, please consult with your network or server administrators. If you are a full-stack developer, then you should be good to go!