But is it still relevant.? Well, yes it is. Very much so.
Wow. what a title! Ideal for trapping the passing innocent (but sharp and progressive) programmer.
If you are here reading this, I assume you are not a botanist, and you obviously know what is ELM and a bit more about it. So, how do we achieve this master level ELM magic? How do we make ELM “executable” run “locally” and on Windows (any Windows since 1999) on top of that ?
[Update 2015 June 07]
In case you need the code, or you just want a try, or if you doubt the solution bellow still works, please go to THIS JS fiddle.
[Originally published April 9, 2013]
For each element DOM itself has a list of events, associated with that element. Currently that list is not exposed. There is no DOM in-built method to list events attached to an element.
Some people have this irresistible urge to get to this list. Perhaps we can help them. Using jQuery there is a way to get to the list of jQuery events attached to each DOM element.
Continue reading “List of events attached. The jQuery plugin.”