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This demo is about showing that native blur event does not bubble, in contradiction to what React is doing (

Steps to reproduce

    - Open CodePen Console
    - Focus into the input field (e.g. clicking on its label)
    - Tab out of it or do anything that removes the focus on the input field
      You will see a console.log triggered by the input's blur listener, but           there is no event fired on the container's event listener.
<div id="container">
   <label for="inputField">Click to focus</label>
   <input type="text" id="inputField">Focus out of me</input>




                const container = document.getElementById('container');
const input = document.getElementById('inputField');
container.addEventListener('blur', () => {
   console.log('Blur on container')

input.addEventListener('blur', () => {
   console.log('Blur on input')