JavaScript Events And Responding To The User

Whenever people ask me about the most powerful things in JavaScript and the DOM, I quickly arrive at events. The reason is that events in browsers are incredibly useful. Furthermore, decoupling functionality from events is a powerful idea, which is why Node.js became such a hot topic.
Today, let’s get back to the basics of events and get you in the mood to start playing with them, beyond applying click handlers to everything or breaking the Web with <a href=“javascript:void(0)”> links or messing up our HTML with onclick=“foo()” inline handlers (I explained in detail in 2005 why these are bad ideas).

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JavaScript Events And Responding To The User

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