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

Not sure what I'm doing wrong

What am I missing here? This looks correct and based on angular js documentation....


.directive('customDirective', function() {


1 Answer

Cody Michaels
Cody Michaels
Courses Plus Student 27,272 Points

The SyntaxError: Parse error is caused by the semicolon at the end of line one. By removing this the "directive" method is then parsed as part of the angular instance and not seen as a new statement.

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