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

First code challenge

In the last task of the first code challenge my code doens't pass. The challenge says that the directive function needs to call console.log(), so I did. Here is my code:

angular.module("foobar", []) .directive('customDirective', function() { return{ console.log("This is a custom directive!"); }; });

Have no ideia what im doing wrong.

1 Answer

Jake Lundberg
Jake Lundberg
13,965 Points

You do not need to include "return" within your directive function in this case. You just need to call console.log, so you code should look like this:

angular.module("foobar", []) 
  .directive('customDirective', function() { 
    console.log("This is a custom directive!");