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Lesson 10. Scripting UI Components > Triggering Scripts Using Component Events

Triggering Scripts Using Component Events

Users can interact with components in many ways. Depending on the component, users can type text into the component, click the component, select an item, and more. As with any interactivity such as this, it's important for your application to react according to what the user is doing. For example, if the user clicks a radio button, you might want your application to react to that selection by updating a variable's value, or you may want to change the appearance of your application's interface. Fortunately, most components have several built-in events that can be used to trigger a script's execution, providing you with the flexibility to easily create highly interactive applications.

Similar to component properties, component events can be categorized into two groups: events that are common to most component instances, and events that are unique to each type of component.


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