# src / mixin / event-listeners.js

Copyright (c) 2018 Florian Klampfer https://qwtel.com/

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import { createXObservable } from "hy-component/src/rxjs";

import { matches, matchesAncestors } from "../common";

export const eventListenersMixin = C =>
class extends C {
setupEventListeners() {


We use a MutationObserver to keep track of all the links inside the component, and put events on the pushSubject and hintSubject observables, but first we need to check if MutationObserver is available.

      if ("MutationObserver" in window && "WeakSet" in window) {


A Set of Elements. We use this to keep track of which links already have their event listeners registered.

        const links = new WeakSet();


Binding next functions to their Subjects, so that we can pass them as callbacks directly. This is just for convenience.

        const pushNext = this.pushSubject.next.bind(this.pushSubject);
const hintNext = this.hintSubject.next.bind(this.hintSubject);


We don’t use Observable.fromEvent here to avoid creating too many observables. Registering an unknown number of event listeners is somewhat debatable, but we certainly don’t want to make it wrose. (The number could be brought down by using an IntersectionObserver in the future. Also note that typically there will be an animation playing while this is happening, so the effects are not easily noticed).

In any case, MutationObserver and Set help us keep track of which links are children of this component, so that we can reliably add and remove the event listeners. The function to be called for every added node:

        const addLink = link => {


When fetching resources from an external domain, rewrite the link’s href, so that shift-click, etc works as expected. if (isExternal(this)) { link.href = new URL(link.getAttribute(“href”), this.href).href; }

          }
};

if (addedNode instanceof Element) {
} else {
}
}
};


Next, The function to be called for every removed node. Usually the elments will be removed from the document altogher when they are removed from this component, but since we can’t be sure, we remove the event listeners anyway.

        const removeLink = link => {
link.removeEventListener("mouseenter", hintNext, { passive: true });
link.removeEventListener("touchstart", hintNext, { passive: true });
link.removeEventListener("focus", hintNext, { passive: true });
};

const removeListeners = removedNode => {
if (removedNode instanceof Element) {
if (matches.call(removedNode, this.linkSelector)) {
} else {
}
}
};


An observable wrapper around the mutation observer. We’re only interested in nodes entering and leaving the entire subtree of this component, but not attribute changes.

        const mutation$= createXObservable(MutationObserver)( this.el, {}, { childList: true, subtree: true, } );  For every mutation, we remove the event listeners of elements that go out of the component (if any), and add event listeners to all elements that make it into the compnent (if any).  mutation$.subscribe(({ addedNodes, removedNodes }) => {
Array.from(removedNodes).forEach(removeListeners.bind(this));
});


TODO

        this.subjects.linkSelector.subscribe(() => {


TODO

          Array.from(links).forEach(removeLink);


The mutation observer does not pick up the links that are already on the page, so we add them manually here, once.

          addListeners.call(this, this.el);
});


If we don’t have MutationObserver and Set, we just register a click event listener on the entire component, and check if a click occurred on one of our links. Note that we can’t reliably generate hints this way, so we don’t.

      } else {
this.el.addEventListener("click", event => {
const anchor = matchesAncestors.call(event.target, this.linkSelector);
if (anchor && anchor.href) {
event.currentTarget = anchor; // eslint-disable-line no-param-reassign
pushSubject.next(event);
}
});
}
}
};


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