If you’re creating a new Angular2 application, you definitely want to use the Angular2 CLI. It help you setup a new Angular application. It has a build-in development server and it will generate Components for you. This means less typing (isn’t that always better?).
I’ve found a few nice articles to get you started with Angular 2 and .NET core. Normally it would be somewhat of a hassle to get started, but this should provide you with some working samples.
- Fast track your Angular 2 and .NET Core
- Angular 2 and .NET Core – your first component
- Angular 2 and .NET Core – route directly to your components
This is a series of posts by Jon Hilton and uses the ASP.NET Core Template Pack to get started.