A common dilemma when setting up your Laravel & Angular app is whether you should install your Angular app inside your Laravel App.
The answer is: it depends.
It depends on the project size, number of developers & your personal preference.
Our personal recommendation would be to separate these 2 apps. Have one repository for Laravel (acting as an API) and another repo for your Angular app (front-end).
The benefit of this is clear separation, easier & separate deployment of your backend & front-end.
You need to globally install the Angular CLI (official docs)
npm install -g @angular/cli
then you can create your new app by running:
ng new my-app-name
cd into the newly created folder and serve your application: