"What is an event?"

“Can you please explain what an event is?”

Events are dependent on entities that come with different dependents like
header & footer. There are multiple types of events available in vFlow, such as,
on click, on double click, on blur, on custom load, on load etc. These event
mappings are different, and these events can be mapped to a particular entity.
Following are the types of events-

  1. Onclick
    The onclick event generally occurs when the user clicks on an element. This event can
    be used for validating a form, warning messages and many more.

  2. OnLoad
    The onload event occurs when an object has been loaded.

  3. Custom load
    The custom load event occurs when an object has been loaded on a customized place.

  4. On node click
    If the button is pressed on one element and the pointer is moved outside the element before the button is released, the event is fired on the most specific ancestor element that contains both elements. click fires after both the mousedown and mouseup events have fired, in that order.

  5. On blur
    The onblur event occurs when an object loses focus. The onblur event is most often used with form validation code (e.g. when the user leaves a form field).

  6. On select
    The onselect event occurs after some text has been selected in an element.

  7. On load Disable
    The onload event occurs when an object has been loaded.

  8. After upload
    Uploader’s event system enables integrators to execute any operations at almost any
    point in the upload process. Knowing how these callbacks work, and when they are
    called, is crucial to unlocking the full potential of Fine Uploader.

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