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eventHandlers

adds event handlers to the HTML elements of a custom template

eventHandlers?: {[eventName: string]: {[className: string]: (events: Event, item: ITree) => void; };};

Example

const tree = new dhx.Tree("tree", {    template: ({ value }, isFolder) => {        const template = `            <div className="dhx_tree_template">                <span className="dhx_tree_template__value">${value}</span>                <div className="dhx_tree_template__rows">                    <button className="dhx_tree_template__button remove">                        <i className="far fa-trash-alt dhx_tree_template__icon dhx_tree_template__icon--danger"></i>                    </button>                </div>            </div>        `        return isFolder ? null : template;    },    eventHandlers: {        onclick: {            remove: (event, { id }) => {                id && tree.data.remove(id);            }        }    }});

Related sample: Tree. Handling Events In Template

The eventHandlers object includes a set of key:value pairs, where:

  • key - the name of the event. Note, that at the beginning of the event name the 'on' prefix is used (onclick, onmouseover).
  • value - an object that contains a key:value pair, where key is the css class name that the handler will be applied to and value is a function that takes two parameters:
    • event - an event object
    • item - an object of a Tree item

Change log:

added in v7.2