Input event


Throughout my career, writing HTML forms has been painful. Form controls look different between operating systems and browsers, coding client-side and server-side validation is a nightmare, and you will inevitably forget something.Some behaviors don’t do what you want, such as onChange, Only triggered when the user leaves (blurs) The given form control.enter onInputThe event changes when keystrokes, pastes, etc. occur.

// Try it here:  https://codepen.io/darkwing/pen/KKmBNvg
myInput.addEventListener('input', e => {
  console.log(e.target.value);
});

Looks like old these days onChange Behavior is useless-we always want to react to any user input. onInput Will also trigger on the element contenteditable and designmode Attributes.Most modern JavaScript libraries such as React treat onChange picture onInput, So it’s like onChange Has lost its use!

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