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<title>Terminating a presentation in a controlling browsing context</title>
<link rel="author" title="Intel" href="http://www.intel.com">
<link rel="author" title="Chunyan Wang" href="mailto:chunyanx.wang@intel.com">
<link rel="author" title="Tomoyuki Shimizu" href="https://github.com/tomoyukilabs/">
<link rel="help" href="https://w3c.github.io/presentation-api/#terminating-a-presentation-in-a-controlling-browsing-context">
<script src="/resources/testharness.js"></script>
<script src="/resources/testharnessreport.js"></script>
<script src="common.js"></script>
<style>iframe { display: none; }</style>
<p>
Click the button below and select the available presentation display, to start the manual test. The test passes if a "PASS" result appears.<br>
This test asks you to click the button twice, unless the test fails.<br>
</p>
<button id="presentBtn">Start Presentation Test</button>
<iframe id="childFrame" src="support/iframe.html"></iframe>
<script>
setup({explicit_timeout: true});
const presentBtn = document.getElementById('presentBtn');
const childFrame = document.getElementById('childFrame');
promise_test(t => {
const clickWatcher = new EventWatcher(t, presentBtn, 'click');
const messageWatcher = new EventWatcher(t, window, 'message');
const request = new PresentationRequest(presentationUrls);
let connection, eventWatcher, timeout;
t.add_cleanup(() => {
if (connection) {
connection.onconnect = () => { connection.terminate(); };
if (connection.state === 'closed')
request.reconnect(connection.id);
else
connection.terminate();
}
});
const startTimeout = () => {
timeout = t.step_timeout(() => {
t.force_timeout();
t.done();
}, 10000);
};
const checkTerminateEvent = evt => {
assert_true(evt.isTrusted && !evt.bubbles && !evt.cancelable && evt instanceof Event, 'A simple event is fired.');
assert_equals(evt.type, 'terminate', 'The event name is "terminate".');
assert_equals(evt.target, connection, 'event.target is the presentation connection.');
assert_equals(connection.state, 'terminated', 'State of the presentation connection is "terminated".');
};
const watchEvent = (obj, watcher, type) => {
const watchHandler = new Promise(resolve => {
obj['on' + type] = evt => { resolve(evt); };
});
return Promise.all([ watchHandler, watcher.wait_for(type) ]).then(results => {
assert_equals(results[0], results[1], 'Both on' + type + ' and addEventListener pass the same event object.');
return results[0];
});
};
const waitForEvent = (obj, watcher, type) => {
const watchHandler = new Promise(resolve => {
obj['on' + type] = evt => { resolve(evt); };
});
return Promise.race([ watchHandler, watcher.wait_for(type) ]);
};
return Promise.all([
clickWatcher.wait_for('click'),
messageWatcher.wait_for('message')
]).then(() => {
presentBtn.disabled = true;
return request.start();
}).then(c => {
startTimeout();
connection = c;
eventWatcher = new EventWatcher(t, connection, 'terminate');
// Step 1: terminate the presentation when the presentation connection is in "connecting" state
connection.terminate();
return Promise.race([
new Promise((_, reject) => {
t.step_timeout(() => { reject('The presentation is not terminated successfully when the presentation connection in "connecting" state.'); }, 3000);
}),
watchEvent(connection, eventWatcher, 'terminate')
]);
}).then(evt => {
checkTerminateEvent(evt);
// Step 2: terminate the presentation when the presentation connection is in "closed" state (nothing should happen)
presentBtn.textContent = 'Continue Presentation Test';
presentBtn.disabled = false;
clearTimeout(timeout);
return clickWatcher.wait_for('click');
}).then(() => {
return request.start();
}).then(c => {
startTimeout();
connection = c;
eventWatcher = new EventWatcher(t, connection, ['connect', 'close', 'terminate']);
return eventWatcher.wait_for('connect');
}).then(() => {
connection.close();
return eventWatcher.wait_for('close');
}).then(() => {
const terminateWatcher = new EventWatcher(t, connection, 'terminate');
connection.terminate();
return Promise.race([
new Promise(resolve => { t.step_timeout(resolve, 1000); }),
waitForEvent(connection, terminateWatcher, 'terminate').then(() => {
assert_unreached('Invoking PresentationConnection.terminate() in the "closed" state causes nothing.'); })
]);
}).then(() => {
// Step 3: terminate the presentation when the presentation connection is in "connected" state;
// this step also checks an event fired at another presentation connection in a nested browsing context
return request.reconnect(connection.id);
}).then(() => {
return eventWatcher.wait_for('connect');
}).then(() => {
childFrame.contentWindow.postMessage('terminate?id=' + connection.id, '*');
return messageWatcher.wait_for('message')
}).then(() => {
connection.terminate();
return Promise.race([
new Promise((_, reject) => {
t.step_timeout(() => { reject('The presentation is not terminated successfully when the presentation connection in "connected" state.'); }, 3000);
}),
Promise.all([
watchEvent(connection, eventWatcher, 'terminate'),
messageWatcher.wait_for('message')
])
]);
}).then(results => {
checkTerminateEvent(results[0]);
const evt = results[1].data;
assert_true(evt.isSimpleEvent, 'A simple event is fired in a nested browsing context.');
assert_equals(evt.type, 'terminate', 'The event name is "terminate".');
assert_true(evt.checkConnection, 'event.target is the presentation connection.');
assert_equals(evt.state, 'terminated', 'State of the presentation connection is "terminated".');
// Step 4: terminate the presentation when the presentation connection is in "terminated" state (nothing should happen)
const terminateWatcher = new EventWatcher(t, connection, 'terminate');
connection.terminate();
return Promise.race([
new Promise(resolve => { t.step_timeout(resolve, 1000); }),
waitForEvent(connection, terminateWatcher, 'terminate').then(() => {
assert_unreached('Invoking PresentationConnection.terminate() in the "terminated" state causes nothing.'); })
]);
});
});
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