tinymce.util.EventDispatcher

This class lets you add/remove and fire events by name on the specified scope. This makes it easy to add event listener logic to any class.

Examples

var eventDispatcher = new EventDispatcher();

 eventDispatcher.on('click', function() {console.log('data');});
 eventDispatcher.fire('click', {data: 123});

Methods

name summary defined by
fire() Fires the specified event by name. tinymce.util.EventDispatcher
has() Returns true/false if the dispatcher has a event of the specified name. tinymce.util.EventDispatcher
isNative() Returns true/false if the specified event name is a native browser event or not. tinymce.util.EventDispatcher
off() Unbinds an event listener to a specific event by name. tinymce.util.EventDispatcher
on() Binds an event listener to a specific event by name. tinymce.util.EventDispatcher
once() Binds an event listener to a specific event by name and automatically unbind the event once the callback fires. tinymce.util.EventDispatcher

Methods

fire

fire(name:String, args:Object?):Object

Fires the specified event by name.

Examples
instance.fire('event', {...});
Parameters
Return value

has

has(name:String):Boolean

Returns true/false if the dispatcher has a event of the specified name.

Parameters
Return value

isNative

isNative(name:String):Boolean

Returns true/false if the specified event name is a native browser event or not.

Parameters
Return value

off

off(name:String?, callback:callback?):Object

Unbinds an event listener to a specific event by name.

Examples
// Unbind specific callback
instance.off('event', handler);

// Unbind all listeners by name
instance.off('event');

// Unbind all events
instance.off();
Parameters
Return value

on

on(name:String, callback:callback, first:Boolean):Object

Binds an event listener to a specific event by name.

Examples
instance.on('event', function(e) {
    // Callback logic
});
Parameters
Return value

once

once(name:String, callback:callback, first:Boolean):Object

Binds an event listener to a specific event by name and automatically unbind the event once the callback fires.

Examples
instance.once('event', function(e) {
    // Callback logic
});
Parameters
Return value

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