It’s been more than a year now since the author of this post has been coding Angular 2. Each day he's learned something new. Angular is a full UI framework which promotes many best practices and coupled with Typescript makes it the perfect choice for the large-scale and easily scalable applications.
The author of this article usually uses Heroku for hosting his Angular Apps. It works fine but he wants to try anything else: something new, something smart. He heard about two deploying tools dedicated to front-end developers: Netlify and Surge. In this article, he will show us how to deploy Angular apps to Surge.
Team Angular has released Angular 5.2.0, a minor release containing several bugfixes reported in version 5.1. Angular 5 was released in November last year and this is the second update within a period of two and half months.