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OpenLinkAction

public final class OpenLinkAction
extends Object implements ViewAction

java.lang.Object
   ↳ android.support.test.espresso.action.OpenLinkAction


Invokes onClick of a link within a TextView (made with Linkify or via another method). Why not issue a real click event to the screen? Unfortunately, it does not seem to be possible (at least using public APIs) to determine the location of the link on the screen.

Summary

Public constructors

OpenLinkAction(Matcher<String> linkTextMatcher, Matcher<Uri> uriMatcher)

Public methods

Matcher<View> getConstraints()

A mechanism for ViewActions to specify what type of views they can operate on.

String getDescription()

Returns a description of the view action.

void perform(UiController uiController, View view)

Performs this action on the given view.

Inherited methods

From class java.lang.Object
From interface android.support.test.espresso.ViewAction

Public constructors

OpenLinkAction

OpenLinkAction (Matcher<String> linkTextMatcher, 
                Matcher<Uri> uriMatcher)

Parameters
linkTextMatcher Matcher

uriMatcher Matcher

Public methods

getConstraints

Matcher<View> getConstraints ()

A mechanism for ViewActions to specify what type of views they can operate on.

A ViewAction can demand that the view passed to perform meets certain constraints. For example it may want to ensure the view is already in the viewable physical screen of the device or is of a certain type.

Returns
Matcher<View> a Matcher that will be tested prior to calling perform.

getDescription

String getDescription ()

Returns a description of the view action. The description should not be overly long and should fit nicely in a sentence like: "performing %description% action on view with id ..."

Returns
String

perform

void perform (UiController uiController, 
                View view)

Performs this action on the given view.

Parameters
uiController UiController: the controller to use to interact with the UI.

view View: the view to act upon. never null.