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Good point. I, too, enjoyed using custom tags like <zoomer> or such, but I'm going to think twice in future.

Interestingly, out of the box Angular provides directives as a, input, or form—meaning that when you write <input> you are, in fact, invoking a directive that provides extra features along with native tag's functionality. While using Angular, you may as well consider every HTML element a directive.

Nevertheless, Angular uses ng- prefix with their built-in directives that don't replicate some existing tag's functionality closely.




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