The 'submit' event, which is dispatched on form submission, gets its own interface, SubmitEvent, which has a 'submitter' property.


Some web applications do their own form submission by preventDefault()ing 'submit' event. However, the event didn't tell which submit button triggered this submission. Adding 'submitter' property to the event enables application to refer to an entry data, the formaction attribute, the formenctype attribute, the formmethod attribute, and the formtarget attribute of the submitter button.



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Last updated on 2021-12-13