The team at HeroDevs has just released the alpha version of Scully, a static site generator for Angular. That's right, Angular didn't have an intuitive way to create JAMstack applications before, but now it's possible!
Scully uses a node CLI application to run Angular schematics so you don’t have to learn any new language or syntax. You can see your static files in a new dist folder called static alongside your application folder.
To watch the full setup, Tara Manicsic went through the process of setting it up on a Learn with Jason Twitch stream. You can check it out here if you want to get started.