a) click() method
b) addEventListener() and dispathEvent methods
Now we will use the methods which have written above to demonstrate as follows:
On the mentioned element, the click method is used to perform the action. Using the user-defined function when the required button is clicked by the user with the help of the creation of the button, getting its id, and triggering the click event, this method can be implemented.
For further clarification, we have to go through the example given below:
In the example given below with having "click here", a button will be created with id and along with the click event for accessing the click event on it;
At last, when the button is clicked, we will define to print out the following function named "clickEvent()" in a way that on the console using the click method.
From the above output of the respective code, using the click method in an automated way, we have observed that the button click here is clicked.
An event listener is registered by this method. We will call our configured function when the mentioned event is caught on the target.
Syntax of the event:
description of the syntax:
"The required event is triggered". "The required event is triggered". "The required event is triggered". "The required event is triggered". "The required event is triggered".
In this example, first of all, we will include a button with a corresponding id with an onclick event along with a value as same as like previous one.
After that, with the help of the addEventListener() method, we will retrieve the button and click the event in it to specify the "e" in its argument, which refers to the event click object.
Finally, as same as the previous method, we will define the click event to display the corresponding message in it at the time the click event is triggered.