Naming of AngularJS directives

I think the naming schema for directives in angularjs is a bit weird:

// this is how you would define your directive
.directive('uploadTabs', ['$parse', function ($parse) {
  return {
   ...
  };
}])

goes along with

<!-- this is how you would use your directive--> 
<div ng-controller="UploadCtrl">
 <div upload-tabs tabs-base-id="content-tab"></div>
 </div>

The spelling is differently! Some dev. even suggest not to use camel-case at all.
Personally i wouldn’t be that strict – you just have to know this pitfall 🙂

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