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answered 2013-03-08 04:24:35 +0800

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See link. Obviously, to drop something onto a component, you must declare the component droppable. You can then listen for a drop via onDrop, which in turn has access to the event and that will tell you what was dropped.

See link. Obviously, to drop something onto a component, you must declare the component droppable. You can then listen for a drop via onDrop, which in turn has access to the event. That event and that object will tell you what was dropped.

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