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Reading the README.

I spent time today reading through the README file and setting up a GitHub project based on the Angular QuickStart. I didn’t do any modifications yet, just checked-in the base project. I also ran through the unit and end-to-end (e2e) tests. I didn’t know what Protractor was until I saw the config file and read that it was the e2e test framework. Guess I’ll have to add that to the list of config files I need to dig through and understand.

My plan for the next couple days is to read through and understand the package.json, tsconfig.json, and systemjs.config.js. After those three, I’ll decide which to tackle next, but I still plan to have a decent grasp of all the configurations before moving on to actually writing some tests.

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