Event Listener

In computing, an event is an action or occurrence detected by the program that may be handled by the program. Typically events are handled synchronously with the program flow, that is, the program has one or more dedicated places where events are handled, frequently an event loop. Typical sources of events include the user (who presses a key on the keyboard, in other words, through a keystroke). Another source is a hardware device such as a timer. Any program can trigger its own custom set of events as well, e.g. to communicate the completion of a task. A computer program that changes its behavior in response to events is said to be event-driven, often with the goal of being interactive.
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  • How to Harness the Awesomeness of Google Tag Manager

    … that, if there are 100 other things in the developer’s queue, especially items that directly impact the end customer, it’s very likely that your event tracking request sits at the bottom of implementation priority list. Auto event tracking changes all of this. Introduced in October 2013, auto event tracking allows us to implement event tracking…

    Leslie To/ 3Q Digitalin Google How To's- 19 readers -
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