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In this chapter, I describe how custom directives can be used to supplement the functionality provided by the built-in ones provided by Angular. The focus of this chapter is attribute directives, which are the simplest type that can be created and that change the appearance or behavior of a single element. In Chapter 16, I explain how to create structural directives, which are used to change the layout of the HTML document. Components are also a type of directive, and I explain how they work in Chapter 17.
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