Angular: Terminating ng serve

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When I have the Angular server running, but I'd like to terminate it, must I select Ctr+X?

ng serve
Is this the right way to shut it down? I do not have a command prompt when using PowerShel on Windows

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That's how I do it.

The ng serve is running a batch file and that is basically how you stop a batch file.
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thanks.

On another note, I need to start an Angular project, and hope to use EE as a place to quickly gather facts and opinions on my architecture, design and even my UX/UI plans. Do you also receive notification on these types of questions?

I have only used that project feature a few times but do not think I was doing it correctly. I will create lots of questions quickly and generate lots of expert points, if I can do it properly. Any advice?
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Do you also receive notification on these types of questions?
Yup - but I am not always monitoring as I have a heavy workload. You can always PM me with the link to the question - I always get those.

I will create lots of questions quickly and generate lots of expert points, if I can do it properly. Any advice?
Not quite sure what the question is but if you are asking how best to post questions on this topic I would say keep them specific and short - while providing as much information as necessary. This may sound like a contradiction but what I mean here is that overly long questions are less likely to get answered as it is just TLDR. On the other hand questions that lack necessary information result in a long thread trying to establish what the question is.

What I would do is if you find your question is a bit long see if you can break it up into two questions and potentially link them by posting the link to one in the thread of the other - but be wary of duplicating questions.

Not sure if that answers your question.

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