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AngularJS Deployment Essentials by Zachariah Moreno

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Summary

Deploying Angular applications to Apache can be as simple or complicated as you prefer. In its simplest form, you can use a client that augments the process for you, resulting in a drag-and-drop interface. If speed is your primary concern (putting the "hot" in hot-fix), then the FTP command-line interface will likely be your weapon of choice. And if you don't mind some level of configuration, and you fancy automation, then auto-magically deploying your code from GitHub on each push is your calling. However you've decided to move your files from A to B, Apache is undoubtedly an environment that any Angular application can be proud to call home.

Coming up next, we will explore the Node.js server environment provided by the popular platform ...

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