fires after drag-n-drop was finished

void onAfterDrop(object context,Event native_event);
contextobjectthe drag-n-drop context
native_eventEventthe native event object


gridb.attachEvent("onBeforeDrop", function(context, native_event){
    for (var i=0; i< context.source.length; i++){
    return false;
some.attachEvent("onAfterDrop", function(context, native_event){
    //... some code here ... 

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The drag-and-drop context can have the following properties:

  • from - the source object
  • to - the target object
  • source - the ID of the dragged item(s)
  • target - the ID of the drop target, null for drop on an empty space
  • start - the ID from which drag-n-drop was started
  • index - (number) the index of the node within the branch
  • parent - (string,number) the ID of the branch
  • x_offset - the left offset between the pointer and the dragged element
  • y_offset - the top offset between the pointer and the dragged element
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