Join Joseph LeBlanc for an in-depth discussion in this video Handling event types, part of Node.js First Look.
Custom event types allow you to label events then handle each type differently.…Let's extend our browser side code to handle its specific events in…slightly different ways.…I've copied the chat_room folder from the exercise files.…Let's install the dependencies.…Now let's take a look at index.html.…We've changed long chat message to add another argument to the…function signature.…The new argument is called type.…
This allows us to have a different type of message displayed in the browser.…Currently, we'll define system and leave as two different message types.…For the system message type, we'll bold the text and for the leave message type…we'll bold the text and set the color to red.…In our event handlers, we're now going to pass that new argument…into log_chat_message.…When someone enters the room we want that to be a system event so that will get bolded.…
When someone leaves the chat room we want that to be a leave event so that will…get bolded and shown in red.…However, when someone's just chatting we want that to be normal.…
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