Getting Started

Create an Angular application with the Angular CLI:

ng new single-media-player --style=scss

Now you can install the videogular2 library and core-js typings:

npm install videogular2 --save
npm install @types/core-js --save-dev

Adding the icon font

If you want to, you can use the official Videogular font to set icons on your buttons and controls. To do that you need to add a CSS on you .angular-cli.json file available on the root of your project.

   "apps": [
           "styles": [

If you want to set your own font and styles, you can set your custom css here or inside styles.scss.

Updating your application module

To start using Videogular in your project you have to add the Videogular module to your application module.

Open src/app/app.module.ts and remove the FormsModule and the HttpModule, we will not need that for this demo. This is how your app.module.ts file should like:

import {NgModule} from '@angular/core';
import {BrowserModule} from '@angular/platform-browser';
import {VgCoreModule} from 'videogular2/core';
import {VgControlsModule} from 'videogular2/controls';
import {VgOverlayPlayModule} from 'videogular2/overlay-play';
import {VgBufferingModule} from 'videogular2/buffering';
import {SingleMediaPlayer} from './single-media-player';

    declarations: [SingleMediaPlayer],
    imports: [
    providers: [],
    bootstrap: [SingleMediaPlayer]
export class AppModule {

Now we're ready to start creating our video player.

In the next section we will see how to create our very first video player!

Go to How Videogular Works

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