npm install -g angular-cli
although I haven't figured out to implement navbar from bootstrap I created my own.
I enjoy the convenience and possibilities of angular2. There is nothing like it.
The tooling with webpack and the documentation is written well.
It takes some getting use to thinking in angular2, but after a few weeks of trying different things, it's all been worth it!
webstorm from jetbrains is also good stuff, except for the fact they call folders directories WTF is that all about? Folks it's a folder! it's easier to say, two syllables instead of 3, and shorter to spell.
Give it a rest, can't you damn programmers refactor, or at least give users a CHOICE!
Other than that, webstorm rocks. it's easy to navigate, and can run debug right within the web window with typescript ing angular2!
I spent the day mainly converting my systemjs angular2 app to webpack. And I gotta tell ya, it was worth every lick of time I spent. It's easier with webpack, it's more integrated, and less hassles.
I have spent many hours arguing with systemjs and gulp that I think I broke something.
Now it's all cake, easy peasy.