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Perform a series of gestures, one after another. Gestures are chained together and only performed when `perform()` is called. Default is conducted by global driver.
Each method returns the object itself, so calls can be chained.
Or each methods can call without `TouchAction.new` as the following. In this case, `perform` is called automatically.
If you'd like to perform the chain with an arbitrary driver:
Constant Summary collapse
- COMPLEX_ACTIONS =
Instance Method Summary collapse
#initialize(driver = $driver) ⇒ TouchAction
A new instance of TouchAction.
- #swipe(opts, ele = nil) ⇒ Object
#initialize(driver = $driver) ⇒
Returns a new instance of TouchAction
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# File 'lib/appium_lib/common/touch_actions.rb', line 47 def initialize(driver = $driver) super driver end
Instance Method Details
#swipe(opts, ele = nil) ⇒ Object
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# File 'lib/appium_lib/common/touch_actions.rb', line 51 def swipe(opts, ele = nil) start_x = opts.fetch :start_x, 0 start_y = opts.fetch :start_y, 0 offset_x = opts.fetch :offset_x, nil offset_y = opts.fetch :offset_y, nil end_x = opts.fetch :end_x, nil end_y = opts.fetch :end_y, nil duration = opts.fetch :duration, 200 if end_x || end_y warn '[DEPRECATION] end_x and end_y will be removed. Please use offset_x and offset_y for all platform.' end_x ||= 0 end_y ||= 0 offset_x = end_x - start_x offset_y = end_y - start_y end super(start_x: start_x, start_y: start_y, offset_x: offset_x, offset_y: offset_y, duration: duration, ele: ele) end