If I drag a shape from one lane and drop it into another the drop event is fired. This is good. How can I quickly determine what lane the node is now placed in? I could iterate through all lanes in the swimlane and examine each child node to see if it matches the one I just dropped, but that sounds like overkill. Is there not a simpler way to get the node's parent lane?
Also, if I nudge the shape using the keyboard arrow keys I can move a node from one lane to another, but since there is no event for this (a feature I am waiting for), I cannot detect a lane change.
Any suggestions on how to determine the node's parent lane in the drop event handler?