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window.onload event is a very useful event when you are dealing with huge files like images, video etc. on the frontend.

It called when the entire page load including images, CSS, DOM etc.

window.onload = function(){
console.log("Application Loaded")
}

<video id="video"></video>
if(navigator && navigator.mediaDevices){
//Your browser is supporting camera API.
}else{
console.log("camera API is not supported by your browser")
}


Regular Function’s execution context is different so the behavior of “this ” depend upon how it called.

for example if a function fun1() is invoking normally then the value of this will point…


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Khan M. Tabish

I am a web developer - both front end developer / designer and backend programmer and passionate about new technologies.

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