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

This seems right for my question but it keeps saying wrong. i have reviewed this many times, gone to w3schools, etc.

angular.module ('foobar', [ ]); .directive ('custom-directive', function() { return { template: 'this is a test' }; });

angular.module ('foobar', [ ]);
.directive ('custom-directive', function() {
  return {
    template: 'this is a test'

1 Answer

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Hi, You should use 'customDirective' (camelCase instead of dash in the middle) and there should be no semicolon after angular.module ('foobar', [ ]). Cheers.