Ok, I have been trying to figure this out for a long time now and finally have the time to investigate. As the title suggests "What is the difference"? I know that this works the way I want it to.      addLoadEvent(converter);  // Converter f...
Made this example: https://jsfiddle.net/d8ak0edq/2/    document.getElementById('outer').oncontextmenu = function() { return false; };  outer = document.getElementById('outer'); outer.addEventListener('mousedown', foo); functio...
I have some sample code which binds an event handler as follows:  var h1=document.querySelector('h1'); h1.onclick=doit;  function doit(x) {         console.log(x); }   When the event handler is triggered (by clicking on the h1 element), the o...
I'm trying to do a relatively simple javascript program/page, just 3 sliders RGB to affect the color of a square and circle.    It works GREAT when I have the event listeners 'inline' with the input elements: i.e., onchange="someFunct...
I have something like this: $('#select1').on('change', function() {}) and it works fine. However, I need to run another function after the function has completed.  I thought about taking the function contents, and putting it in a name...
I need to handle a few inputs by single event handler in React Native app, but not to use lambda function, because it is forbidden in my app. With lambda function you can just sent the second parameter and it could be like this:  <TextInput     pl...
I am working with a page where both JQuery and AngularJS are used. Using jQuery taggable-text.js plugin I am able to select "Share-with" items by mouse click and keyboard.  But when I try to select elements inside table (in scope of AngularJS...
I am trying to pass a parameter to an event handler in a parent class, but am having some difficulty. I have done a good amount of research and am close to answer, but something's not quite working. Below I will give a basic hypothetical example...
I have to do a website for university in which I load data from a database in a table. My table looks like this: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/6265197/Table.png  First I load the content from the database and create a table.  ... $.each(data, f...
I have a simple html file that has only one input field:   <input value="Hello">   What I want is that the moment the user clicks on the input field, he/she will be able to edit the text, and then once the finish the edit and click some...

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