Lego cross browser events plugin with event delegation, touch mapping and filtering.
Cross browser events plugin for lego.
$ component install bredele/events-brick
$ npm install events-brick
clean separation of concerns
Event mapping for reactive user experience
By default, this plugin map desktop browser events (such as click, mousedown/up/move) with touch events (such as touchstart/end/move) if you are on a mobile device.
Event delegation and filtering
First, add the plugin to your view (see lego to know more about views):
var events = require'events-brick';viewadd'data-event' events//do something on click;
See examples to see live.
handler on click (or touchend if mobile).
Every handler get the event target (cross browser), the event and the anchor node as arguments.
handler only when clicked on an child DOM with the class
handler only when enter is pressed.
This component is trivial enough to be reused outside of Lego.
var events = require'events-brick';//execute obj.handler on clickeventsobjondocumentbody 'click' 'handler';
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Copyright (c) 2014 Olivier Wietrich firstname.lastname@example.org
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