Approach 1: We have a web page where any kind of click or drag event is logged in the console. The basic difference between a click and a drag event is the mouse movement. The mouse event that differentiates a click and drag event is the “mouse move” event. In a “click” event, there is no “mouse move” event. However, the “mouse down” and “mouse up” event remains the same for both click and drag.
Output: On click and drag events , the output is displayed in the console as shown below.
Approach 2: The second approach is element specific and does not work for all the other elements in the web page. We choose an element to log the “click” or “drag” events. In the example below, a paragraph is chosen as the required element and we assign ‘draggable‘ and ‘clickable‘ attributes as true which means the element can be dragged as well as clicked.
When the element is clicked:
When the element is dragged:
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