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Hello everyone! Gary Simon here from course cetera comm, and today we have an exciting video for you. We're going to figure out basic routing and navigation within Angular 2. Good stuff! Now, unfortunately, at the time of recording this video, the Angular client doesn't yet have a way to generate routes automatically. So, we have to do it manually. If you're watching this video a few weeks or months down the road, go ahead and check the Github Angular client page to see if they've introduced that feature. Okay, so first, what we want to do is switch over here to our command prompt. You can see I've already run this command right here inside of my project examples folder: "ng new routes project". The reason I ran it before is simply because I wanted to let this run through. It does take quite a while for it to download and get everything ready to go. Once you have that command ran (by the way, I'm using the Angular client for that), if you're unfamiliar with it, go ahead and check out one of my previous videos in this series about everything you need to get it working. This basically generates a new Angular 2 project. Now, we're going to CD into that folder, which is "routes - project". Alright, and then we're going to hit "ng serve". So, we'll give it a little bit of time here. In a few seconds, you'll see a bunch of green stuff spit out, and not red stuff. All right! And then we'll go over here to "localhost:4200", and it works! Okay, before we get into the actual router and how that all works, let's add a theme from "bootswatch.com". It provides custom themes for Bootstrap. We have all these different predefined themes for Bootstrap. I'm...