yes i have git on 2 diff computers and its available on the command prompt.
1st PC = git version 2.9
2nd PC = the latest version of git for windows
I’ve tested @alfredoizjr suggestion and it work. issuing “ionic start testApp blank” in git bash is okay.
Okay here is what i discovered
First testing is on git bash terminal
issued "ionic start testApp blank"
issued “ionice serve” —> okay
Second test --> windows command prompt
issued "ionic start testApp2 blank"
issued “ionic serve” ----> okay
so far i can use now all the ionic cli commands in windows command prompt
I think the problem lies on the cloning of the repo.