We should always deploy an application in the production environment as soon as we start with development. That way, we are able to observe how the application behaves in a production environment from the beginning of the development process.
In one of his previous Angular tutorial series, Monty covered the basics of Angular, starting from installing the CLI and then discussing how to create basic components and implement routing. Check out his post on Creating Your First Angular App: Basics, for a refresher on installing the Angular CLI and other recommended tools to create an Angular app with ease.
Recently there’s been a lot of talk about the possibility of creating Web Components from a regular Angular component, but so far there are much fewer practical examples as to how to build one–in the sense of actually making the bundle that you could just add to an html and have a working custom element. It should be very easy in the future but for now we need to make do with some manual tinkering.