The Backbone.JS event stopListening() method is used to stop listening to another object’s event.
object.stopListening(other, event, callback)
other: This parameter is used to specify the name of the other object.
event: This parameter is used to specify the event whose binding with an object is needed.
callback: This parameter is used to specify the callback function that will be executed when an event is fired.
The triggered message for you is: How are you? This is an example for Event stopListening() method.
The Event listenTo() method will inform one object to listen to another object’s event. When an event occurs, it provides a callback function. Here, the object Y listens for the ‘func’ event triggered on the object X. The X has no ‘func’ event and thus displays the value of Y. The Event stopListening() method will stop listening to another object’s event, and thus the object Y will stop listening to the specific event on the object X.