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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Nov 29 2012 / 10:26

There are dozens of standard events triggered by the browser based on user input, but sometimes the standard set of browser events just wont cut it for your application. Fortunately you can create your own custom events. I have read and probably shared several articles over the year about using custom jQuery events. But today I am going to demonstrate how to get down the metal and create a custom even without jQuery.
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