How to use resourceContent method in Playwright Internal

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index.js

Source: index.js Github

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1const repleaceTags = (str) => {
2  return str.replace(/<em>/g, "<span>").replace(/<\/em>/g, "</span>");
3};
4
5export const processRawData = (data) => {
6  const newData = [];
7  data.forEach((item) => {
8    let resourceContent = JSON.parse(item);
9
10    // let resourceContent = JSON.parse(item.source);
11    // const highlightTitle = item.highlight.title
12    //   ? item.highlight.title.field
13    //   : null;
14    // const highlightInfo = item.highlight.info
15    //   ? item.highlight.info.field
16    //   : null;
17
18    // const newTitle = highlightTitle
19    //   ? highlightTitle.reduce((prev, cur) => prev + repleaceTags(cur), "")
20    //   : resourceContent.title;
21    // const newInfo = highlightInfo
22    //   ? highlightInfo.reduce((prev, cur) => prev + repleaceTags(cur), "")
23    //   : resourceContent.info;
24
25    const newUrl =
26      resourceContent.url.indexOf("http") === -1
27        ? "http://" + resourceContent.url
28        : resourceContent.url;
29
30    newData.push({
31      ...resourceContent,
32      // title: newTitle,
33      // info: newInfo,
34      url: newUrl,
35    });
36  });
37  return newData;
38};
39
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resourceButtons.js

Source: resourceButtons.js Github

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1import React from 'react';
2import DeviceResource from './deviceResource/'
3import PlaceResource from './placeResource/'
4import AreaResource from './areResource/'
5import {Button}from 'antd'
6
7class ResourceButtons extends React.Component {
8  componentDidMount = () => {
9    this.goResourceList('devices')
10  }
11  state={
12    resourceContent:null
13  }
14  goResourceList = (type) => {
15    const {data}=this.props
16    let resourceContent=null
17    this.defaultClass=''
18    switch(type){
19      case 'devices':
20      this.defaultClass='devices-active'
21        resourceContent = <DeviceResource data={data}/>
22				break
23      case 'places':
24        resourceContent = <PlaceResource data={data}/>
25				break
26      case 'areas':
27        resourceContent = <AreaResource data={data}/>
28				break
29			default:
30				break
31    }
32    this.setState({
33      resourceContent
34    })
35  }
36  render() {
37    const { resourceContent } = this.state
38    return (
39     <div>
40       <div className='org-resource-buttons'>
41        <Button onClick={() => this.goResourceList('devices')} icon={'plus'} className={this.defaultClass}> 分配设备</Button>
42        <Button onClick={() => this.goResourceList('places')} icon={'plus'}>分配场所</Button>
43        <Button onClick={() => this.goResourceList('areas')} icon={'plus'}>分配小区</Button>
44       </div>
45       <div >
46          { resourceContent }
47       </div>
48     </div>
49    );
50  }
51}
52
53export default ResourceButtons;
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ResourceContent.test.js

Source: ResourceContent.test.js Github

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1/* global toJson */
2import React from 'react'; // eslint-disable-line no-unused-vars
3import ResourceContent from
4  '../../../../../../components/game/clientproposals/proposals/resources/ResourceContent';
5
6let mockProps;
7beforeEach(() => {
8  mockProps = {
9    client: 'client1',
10    resource: {},
11    resourceIndex: 'res1',
12    type: '',
13  };
14});
15
16test('renders the ResourceContent component without any content', () => {
17  const wrapper = shallow(<ResourceContent {...mockProps} />);
18  expect(toJson(wrapper, { noKey: false })).toMatchSnapshot();
19});
20
21test('renders the ResourceContent component with the call resource', () => {
22  const wrapper = shallow(<ResourceContent {...mockProps} type="call" />);
23  expect(toJson(wrapper, { noKey: false })).toMatchSnapshot();
24});
25
26test('renders the ResourceContent component with the email resource', () => {
27  const wrapper = shallow(<ResourceContent {...mockProps} type="email" />);
28  expect(toJson(wrapper, { noKey: false })).toMatchSnapshot();
29});
30
31test('renders the ResourceContent component with the report resource', () => {
32  const wrapper = shallow(<ResourceContent {...mockProps} type="report" />);
33  expect(toJson(wrapper, { noKey: false })).toMatchSnapshot();
34});
35
36test('renders the ResourceContent component with the quote resource', () => {
37  const wrapper = shallow(<ResourceContent {...mockProps} type="quote" />);
38  expect(toJson(wrapper, { noKey: false })).toMatchSnapshot();
39});
40
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