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

Don't understand question: In the body of the directive's callback function, log this String: ""

I followed the angualar tutorials up to this point and confused thinking all I need is to add a template and a string phrase in the body of the directive

app.js
angular.module('foobar', [])

.directive('customDirective', function() {

});

3 Answers

HI William,

You don't need to do all that. You just need to add:

console.log("This is a custom directive!");

to the callback (which is the anonymous function in the directive.)

The full code looks like this:

angular.module('foobar', [])

.directive('customDirective', function() {

    console.log("This is a custom directive!");

});

Hope that helps!

Anonymous function I agree. Thank you

i had the same problem

thank you!! I didn't understand either.....