Simulate a mouse click using Dojo with Larry

The next video in the Dojo series where I go through animating a mouse click with Dojo. The key functions used are the Dojo query and fx.animateProperty functions. Larry was pretty talkative in this one, he even answered me a couple of times.

Click here for the JSFiddle


Simulate moving a cursor in Dojo with Larry

Larry is definitely settling in on the perch with the green screen. I always have snacks in his bowls and he hasn’t touched them much. I guess he decided to sit by and snack while we record.

Continuing on from the previous video here we implement a moveto function in our simulator.  There is one fix in the code, I removed these two lines as I realized I did not need them:

var l = Math.round(aPos.x);
var t = Math.round(aPos.y);

Check out the jsFiddle here.


Simulate typing text using Dojo with Larry

This was a pretty funny video, Larry is definitely becoming more comfortable in front of the camera. He says a lot of new phrases and a couple of swears in this one.

So this is the first part in a three part series where I essentially do the same thing I did in the jQuery series. One difference is I start with the typing text emulator. With the Dojo query API it is very easy because it uses the same CSS3 convention jQuery uses.
Click here for the jsFiddle


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