Events

This section describes events fired by this widget.

contentReady

Fires when widget content is ready.

Event Handler Argument:
e:

Object

Provides function parameters.

Object structure:
component:

Object

Provides access to the widget instance.

element:

jQuery

An HTML element of the widget.

model:

Object

Provides access to the data that is available for binding against the element. Available only in the Knockout approach.

Instead, you can use the onContentReady option to handle the event.

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disposing

Fires when the widget is being removed.

Event Handler Argument:
e:

Object

Provides function parameters.

Object structure:
component:

Object

Provides access to the widget instance.

element:

jQuery

An HTML element of the widget.

model:

Object

Provides access to the data that is available for binding against the element. Available only in the Knockout approach.

Instead, you can use the onDisposing option to handle the event.

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NOTE
This event fires only if the widget is removed using the remove(), empty(), or html() jQuery methods.

hidden

Fires after the overlay is hidden.

Event Handler Argument:
e:

Object

Provides function parameters.

Object structure:
component:

Object

Provides access to the widget instance.

element:

jQuery

An HTML element of the widget.

model:

Object

Provides access to the data that is available for binding against the element. Available only in the Knockout approach.

Instead, you can use the onHidden option to handle the event.

See Also
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hiding

Fires before hiding the overlay.

Event Handler Argument:
e:

Object

Provides function parameters.

Object structure:
component:

Object

Provides access to the widget instance.

element:

jQuery

An HTML element of the widget.

model:

Object

Provides access to the data that is available for binding against the element. Available only in the Knockout approach.

cancel:

Boolean

Indicates whether to cancel hiding the overlay.

Instead, you can use the onHiding option to handle the event.

See Also
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initialized

Fires when the widget is initialized.

Event Handler Argument:
e:

Object

Provides function parameters.

Object structure:
component:

Object

Provides access to the widget instance.

element:

jQuery

An HTML element of the widget.

Instead, you can use the onInitialized option to handle the event.

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optionChanged

Fires after an option of the component is changed.

Event Handler Argument:
e:

Object

Provides function parameters.

Object structure:
component:

Object

Provides access to the widget instance.

name:

String

Specifies the name of the option whose value is changed.

fullName:

String

Specifies a full name of the option whose value is changed. The full name is formed by concatenating the names of the options that are presented in the hierarchy of the given option. The names are delimited by commas.

value: any

Specifies a new value for the option.

element:

jQuery

An HTML element of the widget.

model:

Object

Provides access to the data that is available for binding against the element. Available only in the Knockout approach.

Instead, you can use the onOptionChanged option to handle the event.

See Also

showing

Fires before showing the overlay.

Event Handler Argument:
e:

Object

Provides function parameters.

Object structure:
component:

Object

Provides access to the widget instance.

element:

jQuery

An HTML element of the widget.

model:

Object

Provides access to the data that is available for binding against the element. Available only in the Knockout approach.

Instead, you can use the onShowing option to handle the event.

See Also
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shown

Fires after the overlay is shown.

Event Handler Argument:
e:

Object

Provides function parameters.

Object structure:
component:

Object

Provides access to the widget instance.

element:

jQuery

An HTML element of the widget.

model:

Object

Provides access to the data that is available for binding against the element. Available only in the Knockout approach.

Instead, you can use the onShown option to handle the event.

See Also
Show Example:
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Knockout
jQuery