Web site–Angular- part 40

Creating  Angular app

ng new InfovalutarWebAng

Then customizing to add angular material

ng add @angular/material

and https://material.angular.io/guide/schematics#navigation-schematic 

ng generate @angular/material:nav banks

Delete everyhing in app component ( without

<div class=”content” role=”main”>




See if it works. If yes, move the router outlet and footer to app-banks.

Now, I want to solve the CD and to run in a container for the people that do not have Angular installed  – or do not want to.

Remember how it was for .NET Core , that I need just an Internet Connection , Docker and VSCode  ? http://msprogrammer.serviciipeweb.ro/2019/12/04/debug-application-under-vscode-and-dockerpart-22/ 

Now it does not work – cannot load application because some bug in .NET Core . Why ? I have been going to .NET Core 3.1 and not updated the docker file…


Now it loads – however, saying that the methid has not an implementation. Solving later.

Now going to


to find same for Angular…

After some attempts, I have this files into .devcontainer


// For format details, see https://aka.ms/vscode-remote/devcontainer.json or the definition README at
// https://github.com/microsoft/vscode-dev-containers/tree/master/containers/alpine-3.10-git
     “name”: “Angular”,
     “dockerFile”: “DockerfileAng”,   
     // Uncomment the next line to have VS Code connect as an existing non-root user in the container.
     // On Linux, by default, the container user’s UID/GID will be updated to match your local user. See
     // https://aka.ms/vscode-remote/containers/non-root for details on adding a non-root user if none exist.
     // “remoteUser”: “vscode”,

    // Uncomment the next line if you will use a ptrace-based debugger like C++, Go, and Rust
     // “runArgs”: [ “–cap-add=SYS_PTRACE”, “–security-opt”, “seccomp=unconfined” ],
     // Use ‘settings’ to set *default* container specific settings.json values on container create.
     // You can edit these settings after create using File > Preferences > Settings > Remote.
     “settings”: {
         // This dev container does include /bin/bash if you prefer to use it instead of ash.
         “terminal.integrated.shell.linux”: “/bin/ash”

    // Use ‘appPort’ to create a container with published ports. If the port isn’t working, be sure
     // your server accepts connections from all interfaces ( or ‘*’), not just localhost.
     // “appPort”: [],

    // Uncomment the next line to run commands after the container is created.
     // “postCreateCommand”: “uname -a”,

    // Add the IDs of extensions you want installed when the container is created in the array
     // below. Note that some extensions may not work in Alpine Linux due to glibc dependencies
     // in native code inside the extension. See https://aka.ms/vscode-remote/linux for details.
     “extensions”: [],
     “postCreateCommand”: “cd InfovalutarWebAng && npm i”,
     “shutdownAction”: “stopContainer”

and DockerFileAng

# Copyright (c) Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
# Licensed under the MIT License. See https://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?linkid=2090316 for license information.
FROM alpine:3.10

# This Dockerfile adds a non-root user with sudo access. Use the “remoteUser”
# property in devcontainer.json to use it. On Linux, the container user’s GID/UIDs
# will be updated to match your local UID/GID (when using the dockerFile property).
# See https://aka.ms/vscode-remote/containers/non-root-user for details.

# Install git, bash, dependencies, and add a non-root user
RUN apk add –no-cache git bash libgcc libstdc++ \
     # Create a non-root user to use if preferred – see https://aka.ms/vscode-remote/containers/non-root-user.
     && addgroup -g $USER_GID $USERNAME \
     && adduser -S -s /bin/bash -u $USER_UID -G $USERNAME $USERNAME \
     # [Optional] Add sudo support for the non-root user
     && apk add –no-cache sudo \
     && echo $USERNAME ALL=\(root\) NOPASSWD:ALL > /etc/sudoers.d/$USERNAME\
     && chmod 0440 /etc/sudoers.d/$USERNAME

RUN apk add –update npm
RUN npm install -g @angular/cli

Now I can run in remote container and ng serve from remote container ( do not forget to be in Angular folder and forward port from VSCode !)