open http://localhost:4200 ➚
When you access /localhost:4200/ in a web browser, you are likely trying to access a development server associated with a web application or project. Here's a breakdown of the URL:
localhost: This refers to the local machine, and it's often used during development to test websites locally before deploying them to a live server.
4200: This is the port number. Ports are used to differentiate between different services or processes on the same machine. In this case, port 4200 is commonly associated with development servers for web applications, particularly in the context of certain frontend frameworks.
In many cases, when you see
localhost:4200, it is associated with the default port used by the Angular CLI development server.
For example, if you are using Angular for web development and you start the development server using the Angular CLI with the command
ng serve, it will typically default to using port 4200. The development server will serve your Angular application, and you can access it in a web browser by navigating to
It's important to note that the specific use of
localhost:4200 can vary based on your local setup, the development tools you are using, and the configuration of your project. If you are unsure about the context, you may want to check the documentation of the specific development tools or frameworks you are working with.
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