I believe if there were a
onscrollstop Event websites which load content when scrolling like facebook, twitter, google+ and others would be a lot more responsive.
As of right now they are using a scroll handler, which the function gets called each time the document is scrolled.
If there were a
onscrollstop event they could run it once after the document has stopped being scrolled and called once (or how many times the scrolling stops).
So if I’m scrolling and I scroll all the way down to load more content once I stop scrolling the event fires and new content can be loaded. Wouldn’t that be more proficient.
onscrollbottom or named something else
Meaning when scrolled all the way to the top run function, and when scrolled all the way down. Not sure how that would work. Just an idea.