How to Deploy Your Angular Application: A Step-by-Step Guide

Deploying your Angular application is a crucial step in making it accessible to users on the internet. In this detailed guide, we'll walk through the process of deploying a real Angular application step by step, ensuring that your app is live and ready for users to access.

Step 1: Build Your Angular Application

link to this section

Before deploying your Angular application, you need to build it using the Angular CLI. Follow these steps:

  1. Open your terminal or command prompt.
  2. Navigate to your Angular project directory.
  3. Run the following command to build your application for production:
ng build --prod 

This command compiles your Angular application and optimizes it for production, generating static HTML, CSS, and JavaScript files in the dist directory.

Step 2: Choose a Hosting Platform

link to this section

Selecting a suitable hosting platform is crucial for deploying your Angular application. Consider factors such as ease of use, pricing, scalability, and features offered by various hosting providers. Some popular hosting platforms for Angular applications include Firebase Hosting, Netlify, GitHub Pages, AWS Amplify, and Heroku.

For this guide, we'll demonstrate the deployment process using Firebase Hosting.

Step 3: Set Up Firebase Hosting

link to this section

If you haven't already, sign up for a Firebase account at and create a new project. Follow these steps to set up Firebase Hosting:

  1. Install the Firebase CLI globally on your machine by running the following command:
npm install -g firebase-tools 
  1. Log in to Firebase using the command:
firebase login 
  1. Initialize your project for Firebase Hosting by running:
firebase init 

Follow the prompts to select your project and configure Firebase Hosting.

Step 4: Deploy Your Angular Application to Firebase Hosting

link to this section

Once your project is initialized for Firebase Hosting, you're ready to deploy your Angular application. Follow these steps:

  1. Build your Angular application for production as mentioned in Step 1.

  2. Navigate to your project directory in the terminal.

  3. Run the following command to deploy your application to Firebase Hosting:

firebase deploy --only hosting 

Firebase will upload your built application files to its servers and deploy them to the specified domain.

Step 5: Verify Deployment

link to this section

After deploying your Angular application, Firebase will provide you with a hosting URL where your application is accessible. Open the provided URL in a web browser to verify that your application is successfully deployed and working as expected.


link to this section

Deploying your Angular application is a straightforward process when following these step-by-step instructions. By building your application for production, selecting a suitable hosting platform, configuring deployment settings, and deploying your application, you can make your Angular app accessible to users worldwide. Experiment with different hosting platforms and deployment strategies to find the best fit for your project. Happy deploying!