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Prototyping Essentials with Axure Second Edition by Elizabeth Srail, Ezra Schwartz

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Axure Events

In general, Axure interactions are triggered by two types of events, which are as follows:

  • Page and master level events which can be triggered automatically, such as when the page is loaded in the browser, or as a result of a user action, such as scrolling.
  • When a user directly interacts with a widget on the page. These interactions are typically triggered directly by the user, such as clicking on a button, or as a result of a user action which causes a number of events to follow.

Page-level Events

Think about this concept as a staging setup, an orchestration of actions that takes place behind the scenes and is executed as the page gets rendered in the browser. Moreover, it is a setup to which you can apply conditional logic and variables, ...

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