Qunee for HTML5 - English : Graph#addCustomInteraction(interaction)

Graph#addCustomInteraction(interaction)

In actual application, generally the default interaction mode is kept. On such basis, adds custom interaction. To handle just one event, the method Graph#on*** mentioned
above may be applied.

 For complicated action, adds custom interaction, and sets the component with a custom interaction device 

Example 

Monitors mouse move event. Realizes the effect of highlight display of element 

var graph = new Q.Graph(canvas);
var hello = graph.createNode("Hello", -100, -50);
hello.image = Q.Graphs.server;
var qunee = graph.createNode("Qunee", 100, 50);
var edge = graph.createEdge("Hello\nQunee", hello, qunee);
 
var currentElement;
var highlightColor = '#FFDB19';
function unhighlight(element){
    element.setStyle(Q.Styles.BACKGROUND_COLOR, null);
    currentElement.setStyle(Q.Styles.PADDING, null);
}
function highlight(element){
    if(currentElement == element){
        return;
    }
    if(currentElement){
        unhighlight(currentElement);
    }
    currentElement = element;
    if(!currentElement){
        return;
    }
    currentElement.setStyle(Q.Styles.BACKGROUND_COLOR, highlightColor);
    currentElement.setStyle(Q.Styles.PADDING, new Q.Insets(5));
}
 
graph.addCustomInteraction({
    onmousemove: function(evt, graph){
        var ui = graph.getUIByMouseEvent(evt);
        if(!ui){
            graph.cursor = null;
            highlight(null);
            return;
        }
        graph.cursor = "pointer";
        highlight(ui.data);
    }
});

Operation effect

When the mouse drags over the node, it shows a background in yellow: