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JavaScript AngularJS Basics (1.x) Getting Started with Angular Review: Getting Started with Angular


how to attach a custom directive

angular.module("foobar", []);
angular.module.directive('customDirective', function(){


1 Answer

Hi Asanda! This is working: angular.module("foobar", []) .directive("customDirective", function(){}) Your problem was - you didn't attach directive to the module "foobar", you called "directive" function on the "module" object (which is actually an angularJS function which you should call as a function instead of using it as an object)