Event dispatch and DOM event flow

DOM Level 3 Events Event Flow

DOM Level 3 Events Event Flow

DOM Events

Legacy mode (DOM Level 0) DOM Level 2
Event Type onclick click
Event Listener on HTML element attribute
<button onclick=”run”>run</button>
or  object property
run.onclick = function(e){};
register by calling addEventListener(“click”,function(e){},false)The 3rd argument, useCapture (false in the example above) determines to direct the event flow from parent to child or to bubble up from child to parent. Refer to the example.
this pointer event handler becomes a method of that document element lack of standardization. All known implementations invoke handlers registered with addEventListener() as if they were methods of that object.
Event Disposition <a href=”#” onclick=”return false;”>click me</a>  preventDefault();
Event Propagation  function (e) { e.cancelBubble = true; }   function (e) { e.stopPropagation(); }
  1. HTML DOM Events
  2. DOM Event Architecture
  3. jQuery: Event Object

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