Events in AngularJS can be added using the Directives mentioned below:
- ng-mousemove: Movement of mouse leads to the execution of event.
- ng-mouseup: Movement of mouse upwards leads to the execution of event.
- ng-mousedown: Movement of mouse downwards leads to the execution of event.
- ng-mouseenter: Click of the mouse button leads to the execution of event.
- ng-mouseover: Hovering of the mouse leads to the execution of event.
- ng-cut: Cut operation leads to the execution of the event.
- ng-copy: Copy operation leads to the execution of the event.
- ng-keypress: Press of key leads to the execution of the event.
- ng-keyup: Press of upward arrow key leads to the execution of the event.
- ng-keydown: Press of downward arrow key leads to the execution of the event.
- ng-click: Single click leads to the execution of the event.
- ng-dblclick: Double click leads to the execution of the event.
Example 1: Showing action on the occurrence of any Mouse Movement Event. This includes events of dragging the mouse to cause movement of the cursor on the screen.
Example 2: This example showing the $event obj for calling the function on Mouse Movement Event. Here, $event object enables the occurrence of a mouse movement event.
Example 3: This example shows the action being performed forOn Click Event. Here, the click of the mouse button leads to the performance of some action.
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