Event - Fire

Devtool Chrome Event Listener


Firing an event means to:

The firing is done by the user agent (ie the browser) via the subscription of a callback to a type of event

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Dispatching an event means to follow the steps that propagate the event through the tree. Firing an event is just starting the propagation (dispatch) process. The HTML code. We will execute an event...

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