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Setting up Sublime Text for Angular Development

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The first you need root on your Mac → Terminal sudo su and confirm password. Then you need setup iTerm2 and Homebrew ruby -e "$(curl -fsSL" and any plugins for angular.

-- commands sh#
brew install git
npm install -g jshint
npm install -g gulp

-- setup snippets and plugins


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