The ErrorEvent interface represents events providing information related to errors in scripts or in files.
Creates a new event, which must then be initialized by calling its init() method.
Returns a boolean indicating whether or not event.preventDefault() was called on the event.
The DOM CompositionEvent represents events that occur due to the user indirectly entering text.
The Event interface represents any event of the DOM. It contains common properties and methods to any event.
The Event() constructor creates a new Event.
The ProgressEvent.loaded read-only property is an unsigned long long representing the amount of work already performed by the underlying process. The ratio of work done can be calculated with the property and ProgressEvent.total. When downloading a resource using HTTP, this only represent the part of the content itself, not headers and other overhead.
The UIEvent interface represents simple user interface events.
The Document.onselectionchange property represents the event handler that is called when a selectionchange event reaches this object.
The Event.initEvent() method is used to initialize the value of an event created using Document.createEvent().
The isTrusted read-only property of the Event interface is a boolean that is true when the event was generated by a user action, and false when the event was created or modified by a script or dispatched via dispatchEvent.
Cancels the event if it is cancelable, without stopping further propagation of the event.
Prevents other listeners of the same event from being called.
A reference to the object that dispatched the event. It is different from event.currentTarget when the event handler is called during the bubbling or capturing phase of the event.
Returns the time (in milliseconds) at which the event was created.
The Event.type read-only property returns a string containing the type of event. It is set when the event is constructed and is the name commonly used to refer to the specific event.