React Event Handlers
‘onDrag’ allows you to execute a function when a user drags a component. It is passed as a JSX attribute. ‘onDrag’ Use Cases As its name suggests, ‘onDrag’ fires whenever a React component is being dragged. This can be useful in web apps that require drag-and-drop functionality, for example the famous work management app Trello. […]
To handle key presses in React, we use ‘onKeyPress’. It is passed as an attribute in <input> elements, and can be used to perform actions for any event involving the keyboard, whether you want to call a function on any key press, or only when a specific key is pressed. Why Use onKeyPress? Use Cases […]
There is no onHover event handler in React. Instead, we have the onMouseDown, onMouseLeave, and onMouseEnter events to perform onHover actions in React.
There are several ways to call muliple onClick events in React, each with its own pros and cons. Let’s explore each one and learn how they work in React!
A common thing you will want to learn in React is how to pass a value as a parameter through the onClick event handler. Read on to learn how!
The onChange event in React detects when the value of an input element changes. Let’s dive into some common examples of how to use onChange in React.
In React, the onClick handler allows you to call a function and perform an action when an element is clicked. onClick is the cornerstone of any React app.