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JavaScript facilitates the ability to respond to user activity on a web page or application, which is referred to as an event. Javascript has events… Read More
Pointer events are a set of DOM (Document Object Model) events that provide a unified way of handling inputs from a variety of devices, such… Read More
What is JavaScript? JavaScript is a lightweight, open and cross-platform programming language. It is omnipresent in modern development and is used by programmers across the… Read More
HyperText Markup Language(HTML) is the basic building block of web pages that defines a structure. This markup language is used by browsers to manipulate data… Read More
When the user interacts with the HTML elements, HTML has the ability to let events trigger actions in a browser, such as a user clicks… Read More
JavaScript has events to provide a dynamic interface to a webpage. These events are hooked to elements in the Document Object Model (DOM). These events… Read More
While working with some kind of web application we often need to know various information about user interaction to execute our functionality accordingly i.e. we… Read More
Event bubbling and event capturing are the two interesting concepts of JavaScript. Before diving deep into these fascinating concepts, let us first know about what… Read More
In JavaScript, we could easily set the cursor to wait. In this article, we will see how we are going to do this. Actually, it’s… Read More
JavaScript is useful for making any web page a dynamic one. In this article, we are going to see how we can make a simple… Read More
An Event is an action or occurrence recognized by the software. It can be triggered by the user or the system. Mostly Events are used… Read More
The window supports the full-screen interface by using web API. We can activate or deactivate the full-screen mode of the screen. The fullscreen API provides… Read More
The body.onload() event will be called once the DOM and all associated resources like images got loaded. Basically, onload() will be called when the page… Read More
The task is to return true if the bottom of the page is visible. We can achieve this by simply using the height of the… Read More
Javascript has events to provide a dynamic interface to a webpage. These events are hooked to elements in the Document Object Model(DOM). There are three… Read More