Function wrapper for addEvelentListener


window.addEventListener( "DOMContentLoaded", function() {
        }, false);

I’d like to wrap this bit of code in a function:

var onReady = function()

        window.addEventListener( "DOMContentLoaded", function() {
        }, false);


I’d like then to be able to use the ready as follow:

 //do stuff here

Obviously, this is not working. I’ve been searching for functions wrapper for addEventListener but didn’t come up with anythings satisfying. What would be the correct approach/syntax to wrap an eventListener in a function, and then use that function instead of the event listener?

Thanks in advance.


From what i can gather you are wanting to run the onReady function when the DOMContentLoaded event is triggered, see the below.

var onReady = function(event) {
    // Do something here...

window.addEventListener('DOMContentLoaded', onReady, false);