Congratulations if you’ve made it this far. Today on the show we explore doing production builds, and deploying to github pages. Then we’ll share a bunch of cool resources (down below) for the next stage in your journey!

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Here’s the script so you can follow along at home:

[ ] First, we’ll do a production build

ng build --prod
ng build --target=prod --env=prod

[ ] Have a look at your tiny dist directory

[ ] Then we’ll deploy our app to github pages

ng github-pages:deploy --message "First official release of Twit-ng!"

[ ] Sit back and wait to be acquired

[ ] While we’re waiting to bathe in the cash, let’s explore some cool resources

[ ] First some free stuff…

[ ] You should subscribe to ng-newsletter - super interesting articles. Here’s a direct link to the current issue at time of writing.

[ ] If you’re into podcasts, the Adventures in Angular podcast is jam packed full of great stuff

[ ] If you’re into blogs, the Thoughtram guys are the gold-standard for black belt Angular. Super cool dudes.

[ ] If you’re after a book, I can recommend the ng-book-2 offering. Don’t really need the screencast bundle - but the base book offering is awesome (albeit expensive)

[ ] I’m seriously thinking about putting together a $5 book package that covers just the essential stuff that I cover in these 21 days. If you’d be interested, just thumbs up this vid and I’ll take it as a call to arms!

[ ] And we’re done. Thanks for 21 days of effort and positivity. You guys have been so supportive, I have learned so much!

[ ] Subscribe to the channel, I’m going to keep posting vids regularly (and I’m going to be doing a Git course here shortly!).