How to insert html into a view (Mini-challenge 6)

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Mini-Challenge 6

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The Challenge:

The requirement is that part of the HTML that needs to be rendered in the view, should be processed/created in the controller, and then rendered in the html view.

This challenge is about to insert html into a variable in the controller, and then print the html in the view, the method described below is not working, the challenge is for you to find a solution. See code example below:




    function myController($scope) {

       $scope.html = "<b>HTML inseted</b>";

see jsfiddle:

Here you can find a possible solution

If you feel that the solution is poor or incomplete or there is room for improvement, please share with every one, you can leave a comment.