Message from JavaScript discussions

May 2019

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Angularjs is like a totally different framework from Angular 2 and above, and there are breaking changes from 2 to 4, from 4 to 5, ecc. So I suggest to start directly from Angular 7 if you want to have the most fresh framework knowledge although a lot of companies are still using angular 5, and I’ve worked for a big one who recently (2yrs ago), since they’re very eager with hightech, switched from Flash to AngularJS.

— How can I make sure that other events of the same type are not replaced?

— element.addEventListener('click', function () {
});

— You should always use addEventListener

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— I am creating a totally cross browser custom function, I wanted to know if there was a way to prevent similar events from being replaced

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— Yes, the way to prevent it is to use addEventListener instead of onevent

— addEventListener('click',
instead of
onclick =

— I found this

— Jesus christ

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