Unified, Observable Touch and Mouse Events
First bind to the element you wish to capture data for. In this case let's capture data at the document level:
var point = document;
Now to receive the pointer events simply pass point a function that will process the data:
The event data is passed to the function as a 4 element array:
pageX pageY data originalEvent
At this stage, the data object
args simply tells you the type of the
Using this module in conjunction with a pull-stream and pull-observable it is possible to replicate the function of a library that I wrote a few years ago called interact. Interact was designed to capture bound events and send them to a message bus Using eve:
var pull = ;var observe = ;var point = ;var eve = ;eve;;
Create a new Observable that will be
updated in response to pointer movement on the specified
The following options can be provided to tweak behaviour:
over- capture mouse over events in addition to mouse move events
preventDefault- whether the default event behaviour should be prevented in the browser event listeners.
doubleClick- capture double click events in addition to other events
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