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JavaScript Vue.js Basics Introducing Vue Introducing Vue Quiz

Rez Ghali
Rez Ghali
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What is the answer to this question?

take a look at the following code. Use mustache syntax to display the text "Azarael" inside the h1? I answer {{ pet }} but it says wrong

new Vue({ el: '#app', data: { name: 'Gargamel', age: 62, pet: 'Azrael' } });

<div id="app"> <h1> </h1> </div>

1 Answer

Weird it specifies:

Use mustache syntax to display the text "Azarael" inside the h1.

but then in the code:

pet: 'Azrael' -- wrong spelling

even weirder I used:

{{ pet }}

and it passed