This section describes events exposed by this widget.
Fires when a change within the widget's input element is committed by an end user.
Fires after a drop-down list has been hidden.
Fires when widget content is ready.
If data displayed by the widget is specified using a DataSource instance, the contentReady event fires each time the load() method of the DataSource instance is called as well as when the widget content is ready. In this case, when you create the widget, the contentReady event is raised twice: when the widget's content is ready (at this moment, the widget does not display items) and when the DataSource is loaded (the widget displays the loaded items).
Fires after the widget's input has been copied.
Fires after the Cut DOM event has fired.
Fires when the widget is being removed.
Fires after a key has been entered within the widget's input element.
Fires after the widget's input has been focused.
Use the on() method of the widget instance to attach a handler for the focusIn event.
To unsubscribe from this event, use the off() method of the widget instance.
Note that you can handle the focusIn event within the widget's configuration object by assigning your handler to the onFocusIn option.
Fires after the widget's input element has lost focus.
Fires when the widget is initialized.
Fires when a value within the widget's input element is changed by an end user.
Fires when a widget item is clicked.
Fires when a key is pressed down within the widget's input element.
Fires when the keypress DOM event has been raised for the current input element.
Fires when a key is released within the widget's input element.
Fires when the drop-down editor is shown.
Fires after an option of the component is changed.
Fires after the widget's input has been pasted.
Fires when the selection changes.
Fires when the editor value changes.