The triggering mechanism used by SyntheticEvents.
Implementers should not instantiate these directly. Use the Notifier
provided to the event's implemented
on(node, sub, notifier) or
delegate(node, sub, notifier, filter) methods.
Executes the subscription callback, passing the firing arguments as the first parameters to that callback. For events that are configured with emitFacade=true, it is common practice to pass the triggering DOMEventFacade as the first parameter. Barring a proper DOMEventFacade or EventFacade (from a CustomEvent), a new EventFacade will be generated. In that case, if fire() is called with a simple object, it will be mixed into the facade. Otherwise, the facade will be prepended to the callback parameters.
For notifiers provided to delegate logic, the first argument should be an object with a "currentTarget" property to identify what object to default as 'this' in the callback. Typically this is gleaned from the DOMEventFacade or EventFacade, but if configured with emitFacade=false, an object must be provided. In that case, the object will be removed from the callback parameters.
Additional arguments passed during event subscription will be automatically added after those passed to fire().