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Attach a custom directive called 'customDirective' to the module. I got step one. But isnt step two on another page?
I have angular.module('foobar', ) .directive('customeDirective');
angular.module('foobar', [ ]); .directive('customDirective');
Ryan S27,276 Points
You can separate all the components of an angular app into different files (which I believe is recommended), but you can also chain them together in one file, which may make sense for a simple app.
When creating a directive, don't forget that it also takes an anonymous function as the second parameter.