Tech Tutorial: Learn to Program with JavaScript – Episode 44: Events and Event Listeners

One of the primary responsibilities of JavaScript in the browser is to listen for and respond to user-initiated events (mouse clicks, mouse moves, etc.). Modern browsers are pretty complex pieces of software and do a lot of the heavy lifting for us when it comes to capturing and notifying us of user-initiated events. This makes responding to these events using JavaScript pretty simple to do.

In this video, we review the concept of events and event listeners as they apply to browsers.


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