eventpublish

add, rm and fire string-associated event functions

eventpublish

(c)[Bumblehead][0], 2013 MIT-license

An object through which callbacks may be added and called through publish/subscribe model.

It associates events strings rather than named properties, for example 'EventMaximize' rather than Event.Maximize.


Install:

eventpublish may be downloaded directly or installed through npm.

  • npm
$ npm install eventpublish
  • Direct Download
$ git clone https://github.com/iambumblehead/eventpublish.git

Test:

to run tests, use npm test from a shell.

$ npm test

GET STARTED:

Create a function before starting.

var myfun = function (o) { console.log('help ' + o); }
  1. Add a functions with an associated event name.
eventpublish.add('newevent', myfun);
  1. Call all functions assocated with event and pass parameters to them.
eventpublish.fire('newevent', 'me!'); // help me! 
  1. Remove functions from object.
eventpublish.rm('newevent', myfun);
eventpublish.fire('newevent'); // [nothing happens] 

License:

(The MIT License)

Copyright (c) 2013 [Bumblehead][0] chris@bumblehead.com

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