The common DOM event arguments.
Represents a DOM event that can be handled on the .NET side.
The parameters of creating the DOM event.
The EventParameters builder.
The DOM event type. Wraps a string that specifies the name of the event without the "on" prefix.
Represents the DOM keyboard event parameters.
Represents the DOM mouse event parameters.
Represents the DOM UI event parameters with the key modifiers.
Represents DOM Event object and provides access to the event object data.
A collection of custom DOM events that can be listened and/or handled.
This interface is implemented by all INode implementations to support DOM event model.
Represents a keyboard event and provides an access to specific keyboard event data.
This event occurs when a user performs some keyboard action, for example presses or releases a keyboard key.
Represents a mouse event and provides an access to specific mouse event data.
This event occurs when a user performs an action with a pointing device (such as a mouse), for example moves the mouse or clicks a mouse button.
Represents a DOM UI event that can be fired with the key modifiers.
The KeyModifiers provides access to the data about pressed service keys, such as Ctrl, Alt, Shift, Meta, when a keyboard or mouse event occurs.
A wheel event that provides access to the wheel event data.
This event occurs when a user rotates a wheel on a pointing device (such as a mouse).
The type of the delta units.
The DOM key codes represent physical keys on the keyboard (as opposed to the character generated by pressing the key). In other words, these values are not altered by keyboard layout or the state of the modifier keys.
A DOM mouse button.
Represents the DOM event phases.