A few days back, I was working on a side project, and I was required to create a Drag N Drop feature like Scratch. I then read a lot about this Drag n Drop feature.
In this post, I will be showing 3 Drag n Drop use cases, so without wasting the time, let’s start.
Here, I created 2 container divs, where we can move our child divs. While dragging, we will store the ID of the child in the DataTransfer Object. After dropping, we will fetch the ID from the DataTansfer Object, and then the node will be appended in the dropped container.
Similarly, I have created 2 container divs where we can move the child, but when we drop the child, it is copy-pasted instead of cut-paste. When it is dropped in the previous container, it is deleted.
Here, we have 1 container, and we swap the node with the node we are hovering over.
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