Generate the Angular Application
The first step is to generate the angular application. For that, I would use the below command, which generates an application where it has routing and SCSS as my CSS preprocessing language.
ng new my-website --routing --prefix=mw --style=scss
Understanding the Structure
To understand the structure of the website you have to carefully visit all the pages and collect common components, pages etc. For example, have to figure out navigation bars, sidebars, footers, sliders.
Split into components
After understanding the structure of the website, you have to split them out as components. For example:
To generate components you can use the Angular CLI
# Generate a component in the root folder
ng generate component auth-layout
# Generate a component in a sub folder
ng generate component auth-layout/login
Working with Third-Party Libraries & CSS
Adding external CSS in Angular Project
I prefer to convert the website’s CSS files into SCSS and maintain them in a separate folder called SCSS inside the angular application root. And import them into style.scss. Or you can add them inside styles in angular.json.
The second way of Adding external CSS in Angular Project is, Go to your root path of the angular project. Find the fine name as angular.json. Go through the line and find code “styles”:  and add your CSS path like this.
“src/assets/js/jquery.prettyPhoto.js”, “src/assets/js/jquery.vide.js”, “src/assets/js/map.js”, “src/assets/js/mapsed.js”, “src/assets/js/modernizer.js”, “src/assets/js/owl.carousel.js”, “src/assets/js/portfolio.js”, “src/assets/js/retina.js”, “src/assets/js/scroll.js”
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