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

Be Pretty
Be Pretty
1,083 Points

how to use console.log()

where should i use console.log()

app.js
angular.module ("foobar",[])
.directive ("customDirective" , function() {
  return {
    template: "algo" 
  }
});

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
210,131 Points

:point_right: You call the log function inside the callback.

You should do it instead of returning that object with the template property. I have no idea what caused you to return that object, it's not part of this challenge.

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