If you don't want robots crawling your application you can easily setup a robots.txt file in your Angular CLI Application. First we need to create a txt file to live at
/src/robots.txt, this file should contain the below code to block all robots from crawling all of your application.
There are a few ways to use SASS with the Angular CLI. The first and easiest option is to declare it when you create the CLI project, which will add a styles.scss file to the
ng new sassy-project --style=sass
Or you can update an existing project to use the SCSS extension.
One of the tools that I use frequently when building Angular v2+ applications is the amazing Angular CLI toolkit. The Angular CLI is a command line tool that allows for quickly bootstraping Angular applications that serve locally right out of the box. The created application is built to serve on Webpack and requires Node v4+ and NPM v3+. Installing the Angular CLI with NPM is very easy using the below command.