I know it is possible to add an event listener to a custom event that I have created in Javascript, like this:  window.addEventListener("MyCustomEvent", myFunction, false);   But...Is it possible to list All custom events that exist at any po...
I was working on a task related to Custom Events and was wondering, is there a difference between these methods apart from extra argument for event data  MDN - The old-fashioned way uses event.initEvent but the polyfill on MDN - Cutom Events uses eve...
I emit custom event from one of great-grandson of my app.vue main component like this:  this.$emit('logged');   And now I want to listen to this event in my app.vue main component but I would rather do it from javascript within <script>...
I am building a javascript based application with php and mysql in backend. Because of complexity of code, I want to be able to trigger custom events and do operation whenever that even is captured.  So I came across  this and  this. According to thi...
I've used jQuery version 2.2.4 and tried to capture event - no luck. Is there any way to fix issue?  This code works:  window.addEventListener('test.namespace', e => console.log('CustomEvent with namespace captured by vanilla')...
This is possibly duplicated, however, things are changing fast in JavaScript world with new browsers. I'm using some resources that used in AS3 a long time ago and now it's finally popular in JavaScript. However, I still can't make events...
I'm creating a custom event in plain javascript and attaching it to a DOM element. The element has multiple event listeners for the same event. The code I've written is:  var element = document.getElementById('demo');  element.addEven...
There is a 3rd party piece of code running in a "friendly" iframe on a page. The code may or may not have added a listener for one of it's own custom events to any element on the outer page, or in one of the iframes somewhere on the page...
I know you can create a CustomEvent like this:  var wordCreated = new CustomEvent(     "newWord",      {         detail: {             word: "hola",             translation: "hi",         },         bubbles: true,         canc...
I want to create a custom event that handles all the different vendor-prefixed versions of the transitionend event (i.e., webkitTransitionEnd, mozTransitionEnd, msTransitionEnd, oTransitionEnd and the W3C transitionend event).  Ideally, I'd like...

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