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The Thinking Behind Simplifying Event Handlers

Events are used to respond when a user clicks somewhere, focuses on a link with their keyboard, and changes the text in a form. When I first started learning JavaScript, I wrote complicated event listeners. More recently, I've learned how to reduce both the amount of code I write and the number of listeners I need.

Let’s start with a simple example: a few draggable boxes. We want to show the user which colored box they dragged.… Read article


Intro to Vue.js: Rendering, Directives, and Events

If I was going to sum up my experiences with Vue in a sentence, I’d probably say something like "it's just so reasonable" or "It gives me the tools I want when I want them, and never gets in my way". Again and again when learning Vue, I smiled to myself. It just made sense, elegantly. This is my own introductory take on Vue. It's the article I wish I had when I was first learning Vue. If you'd like a more non-partisan approach, please visit Vue's very well thought out and easy to follow Guide.

JavaScript Event Madness! Capturing *all* events without interference

The following is a guest post by Matthias Christen and Florian Müller from Ghostlab. Ghostlab is cross-browser cross-device testing software for Mac and PC. One of the things I'm very impressed Ghostlab can do is sync the events from one browser to all the others. Scroll one page, the others you are testing scroll. Click somewhere on one page, that same click happens on the others. I asked them about how the heck it does that when there is Read article

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