mapEvent

routes events from one object to another

void mapEvent(object map);

Parameters

mapobjectthe hash of event-object relations

Example

// As a result, when the second list is clicked, the function that was initially 
// attached only to the first one, will be executed for it as well:
webix.ui({
    rows:[
        { view:"list", id:"list1", data:list_data, on:{
            onItemClick:getItemValue
        }},
        { view:"list", id:"list2", data:list_data}
    ]
});
 
//here event name should be in the lower case
$$("list2").mapEvent({onitemclick:$$("list1")});
 
//handler
function getItemValue(id){
    var obj = this.$eventSource || this;
    var value = obj.getItem(id).value;
    webix.message("List: "+obj.config.id+", clicked: "+id);
 
}

Details

Note that if you need to access the object for which the handler is called at the moment, you can do it via $eventSource property while this will always point to the object for which the handler is attached initially

See also
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