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By default DrupalGap dynamically injects your module(s) JavaScript files into the <head> of your application. This works well for many things, however one thing it doesn't work well for is re-acting on jQuery's $(document) events.

To get around this we can include a separate JS file in the <head> of the index.html file:

<!-- My Module JS Extras-->
<script type="text/javascript" src="app/modules/custom/my_module/my_module.inline.js"></script>

Then in our my_module.inline.js file we can easily react to any typical jQuery event, for example:

$(document).on("keypress", "#my-text-field", function(e) {

    if (e.which == 13) {
      alert('You pressed enter, good job dude!');