This is rarely used, but you may force the Draggable to begin dragging by calling
startDrag() and passing it the original mouse/touch/pointer event that initiated things - this is necessary because Draggable must inspect that event for various information like pageX, pageY, target, etc. You cannot call
startDrag() without passing that original event.
startDrag() is different than
enable() in that
enable() activates the Draggable instance so that it responds to user interaction whereas
startDrag() actually begins dragging the element, as if the user clicked on it and started dragging.
A great place to learn more about working with mouse/touch/pointer events is https://developers.google.com/web/fundamentals/design-and-ux/input/touch/.