Similar to scroll event, Chrome will send overscroll and scrollend DOM events.


The overscroll and scrollend events will provide web developers a way to listen to the state of the scrolling and when their content is being overscrolled or when the scrolling has finished. This information will be useful for customization of effects such as overscroll affordance, pull to refresh, or history swipe navigations in the web apps.



Specification link

Specification currently under development in a Working Group

Status in Chromium


In developer trial (Behind a flag) (tracking bug)

Consensus & Standardization

After a feature ships in Chrome, the values listed here are not guaranteed to be up to date.

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Search tags

overscroll, scrollend, DOM events, overscroll customization,

Last updated on 2021-12-13