Autowiring of DOM events into eve
actionman module is works in conjuction with
eve to automatically wire
dom events into eve.
The first thing that is required is to ensure
actionman is initialized
document (the default scope) is available.
This is a simple call and it's recommended that you provide a namespace (first argument) when initializing actionman so you can discern your application events from other components which might also be using actionman:
var eve = require'eve';var actionman = require'actionman';// listen for eventseveon'myapp.missile.fire'console.log'firing the missile captain';;// tell actionman to map events intercepted at a document levelactionman'myapp';
The accompanying HTML for this example might look something like:
Simple Actionman DemoFire
By default only
click events are automatically wired in, but this
can be confired by passing some additional opts to actionman.
Automatically wire the event types specified in
['click']) to the specified
document) into eve.
Using a namespace is encouraged, but not required. If no namespace
is specified then eve will trigger events with the names outlined as
defined on the
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