Methods

You can create custom helpers by creating Ceibo descriptors. (Ceibo is a small library for parsing trees. You can check it out here).

findOne

addon/-private/extend/find-one.js:38-44

Parameters

  • pageObjectNode Ceibo Node of the tree
  • targetSelector string Specific CSS selector
  • options Object Additional options
    • options.resetScope boolean Do not use inherited scope
    • options.contains string Filter by using :contains(‘foo’) pseudo-class
    • options.last boolean Filter by using :last pseudo-class
    • options.visible boolean Filter by using :visible pseudo-class
    • options.testContainer String Context where to search elements in the DOM
    • options.at number Filter by index using :eq(x) pseudo-class
    • options.pageObjectKey String Used in the error message when the element is not found

Examples

import { findOne } from 'ember-cli-page-object/extend';

export default function isDisabled(selector, options = {}) {
  return {
    isDescriptor: true,

    get() {
      return findOne(this, selector, options).disabled;
    }
  };
}

findMany

addon/-private/extend/find-many.js:38-44

Parameters

  • pageObjectNode Ceibo Node of the tree
  • targetSelector string Specific CSS selector
  • options Object Additional options
    • options.resetScope boolean Do not use inherited scope
    • options.contains string Filter by using :contains(‘foo’) pseudo-class
    • options.visible boolean Filter by using :visible pseudo-class
    • options.testContainer String Context where to search elements in the DOM
    • options.pageObjectKey String Used in the error message when the element is not found

Examples

import { findMany } from 'ember-cli-page-object/extend';

export default function count(selector, options = {}) {
  return {
    isDescriptor: true,

    get() {
      return findMany(this, selector, options).length;
    }
  };
}

findElementWithAssert

addon/-private/extend/find-element-with-assert.js:38-44

Parameters

  • pageObjectNode Ceibo Node of the tree
  • targetSelector string Specific CSS selector
  • options Object Additional options
    • options.resetScope boolean Do not use inherited scope
    • options.contains string Filter by using :contains(‘foo’) pseudo-class
    • options.last boolean Filter by using :last pseudo-class
    • options.visible boolean Filter by using :visible pseudo-class
    • options.multiple boolean Specify if built selector can match multiple elements.
    • options.testContainer String Context where to search elements in the DOM
    • options.at number Filter by index using :eq(x) pseudo-class
    • options.pageObjectKey String Used in the error message when the element is not found

Examples

import { findElementWithAssert } from 'ember-cli-page-object/extend';

export default function isDisabled(selector, options = {}) {
  return {
    isDescriptor: true,

    get() {
      return findElementWithAssert(this, selector, options).is(':disabled');
    }
  };
}

findElement

addon/-private/extend/find-element.js:36-42

Parameters

  • pageObjectNode Ceibo Node of the tree
  • targetSelector string Specific CSS selector
  • options Object Additional options
    • options.resetScope boolean Do not use inherited scope
    • options.contains string Filter by using :contains(‘foo’) pseudo-class
    • options.at number Filter by index using :eq(x) pseudo-class
    • options.last boolean Filter by using :last pseudo-class
    • options.visible boolean Filter by using :visible pseudo-class
    • options.multiple boolean Specify if built selector can match multiple elements.
    • options.testContainer String Context where to search elements in the DOM

Examples

import { findElement } from 'ember-cli-page-object/extend';

export default function isDisabled(selector, options = {}) {
  return {
    isDescriptor: true,

    get() {
      return findElement(this, selector, options).is(':disabled');
    }
  };
}

Usage Example:

const page = create({
  scope: '.page',

  isAdmin: disabled('#override-name')
});

page.isAdmin will look for elements in the DOM that match “.page #override-name” and check if they are disabled.