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

Hamed Ali
Hamed Ali
5,626 Points

Simple Bug: creating a custom directive.

In the body of the directive's callback function, log this string: "This is a custom directive!".

I'm probably just missing a comma or something :-)

.directive('customDirective', function() {     
  return {
    console.log("This is a custom directive!")

1 Answer

Hamed Ali
Hamed Ali
5,626 Points

found the answer:

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