Class EventEmitterImpl

  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    EventEmitter

    public class EventEmitterImpl
    extends java.lang.Object
    implements EventEmitter
    The 'Main' implementation of EventEmitter. Most Components should use this, as should RegisteringEventEmitter.
    • Field Summary

      Fields 
      Modifier and Type Field Description
      protected android.os.Handler handler  
    • Method Summary

      All Methods Instance Methods Concrete Methods 
      Modifier and Type Method Description
      void disable()
      Disables listener registration and event emitting.
      void emit​(java.lang.String eventType)
      Emits an event.
      void emit​(java.lang.String eventType, java.util.Map<java.lang.String,​java.lang.Object> properties)
      Emits an event, passing along the properties map
      void enable()
      Enables listener registration and event emitting.
      protected com.brightcove.player.event.InvocationContainer getInvocationContainerByToken​(java.util.List<com.brightcove.player.event.InvocationContainer> invocations, int token)
      Returns the InvocationContainer in a list of Containers which matches the token
      protected int getInvocationContainerPositionByToken​(java.util.List<com.brightcove.player.event.InvocationContainer> invocations, int token)
      Returns the position of an invocationContainer
      void off()
      Removes all listeners.
      void off​(java.lang.String eventType, int token)
      Removes a listener from an event queue, using the token as a reference
      int on​(java.lang.String eventType, EventListener listener)
      Adds the listener to the event queue, returns a token that the caller can use to off itself.
      int once​(java.lang.String eventType, EventListener listener)
      Similar to on, except that the listener is removed after processing one event.
      void request​(java.lang.String eventType, EventListener listener)
      Attaches a listener and fires off an event of eventType, with the hope that there's a corresponding listener set to 'respond' to the listener specified in the request.
      void request​(java.lang.String eventType, java.util.Map<java.lang.String,​java.lang.Object> properties, EventListener listener)
      Similar to above, except the properties map is passed along
      void respond​(Event event)
      Convenience method to save the user from typing event.properties when responding
      void respond​(java.util.Map<java.lang.String,​java.lang.Object> properties)
      Meant to respond to a request event.
      • Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object

        clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
    • Field Detail

      • handler

        protected android.os.Handler handler
    • Constructor Detail

      • EventEmitterImpl

        public EventEmitterImpl()
    • Method Detail

      • on

        public int on​(java.lang.String eventType,
                      EventListener listener)
        Adds the listener to the event queue, returns a token that the caller can use to off itself. Calls to on are stored in the order they arrive, which means that during event propagation, the listeners will be executed in the order they were added.
        Specified by:
        on in interface EventEmitter
        Parameters:
        eventType - A String representing the Event to be listened for
        listener - An abstract class of EventListener, that contains a method to process during an Event's firing
        Returns:
        token An integer representing the id token of the listener. Objects that invoke this method should cache the token, which is used as a reference to remove a Listener
        See Also:
        EventListener, EventEmitter.on(String, com.brightcove.player.event.EventListener)
      • off

        public void off()
        Removes all listeners.
        Specified by:
        off in interface EventEmitter
      • off

        public void off​(java.lang.String eventType,
                        int token)
        Removes a listener from an event queue, using the token as a reference
        Specified by:
        off in interface EventEmitter
        Parameters:
        eventType - A string representing the Event type
        token - Integer-valued token that was created during 'on'
        See Also:
        EventEmitter.off(String, int)
      • emit

        public void emit​(java.lang.String eventType)
        Emits an event. All listeners attached to this event will be processed
        Specified by:
        emit in interface EventEmitter
        Parameters:
        eventType -
        See Also:
        EventEmitter.emit(String)
      • emit

        public void emit​(java.lang.String eventType,
                         java.util.Map<java.lang.String,​java.lang.Object> properties)
        Emits an event, passing along the properties map
        Specified by:
        emit in interface EventEmitter
        Parameters:
        eventType -
        properties -
        See Also:
        EventEmitter.emit(String, java.util.Map)
      • request

        public void request​(java.lang.String eventType,
                            EventListener listener)
        Attaches a listener and fires off an event of eventType, with the hope that there's a corresponding listener set to 'respond' to the listener specified in the request. The flow looks something like: request ->emit eventType -> eventType listener picks up event -> respond -> listener passed into request is called After the listener is executed, it is removed
        Specified by:
        request in interface EventEmitter
        Parameters:
        eventType - The type of Event to emit and expect a response from
        listener - A listener to process the response. After processing, the response should be removed
        See Also:
        EventEmitter.request(String, com.brightcove.player.event.EventListener), EventListener
      • respond

        public void respond​(java.util.Map<java.lang.String,​java.lang.Object> properties)
        Meant to respond to a request event. By way of using Event.REQUEST_TOKEN to identify the listener created during the request, the respond fires an event 'directly' at said listener. Note that if the properties map does not contain Event.REQUEST_TOKEN, this method is a no-op. The intent for this behavior is that if an EventListener contains a call to respond, but there was no actual request, nothing should break (e.g. several 'play' event listeners, but only one is intended to respond to requests.
        Specified by:
        respond in interface EventEmitter
        Parameters:
        properties -
      • respond

        public void respond​(Event event)
        Convenience method to save the user from typing event.properties when responding
        Specified by:
        respond in interface EventEmitter
        Parameters:
        event - An Event containing properties to pass on to the Request listener
        See Also:
        Event
      • getInvocationContainerPositionByToken

        protected int getInvocationContainerPositionByToken​(java.util.List<com.brightcove.player.event.InvocationContainer> invocations,
                                                            int token)
        Returns the position of an invocationContainer
        Parameters:
        token -
        Returns:
        The position in the queue of the invocation container associated with the token.
        See Also:
        InvocationContainer
      • getInvocationContainerByToken

        protected com.brightcove.player.event.InvocationContainer getInvocationContainerByToken​(java.util.List<com.brightcove.player.event.InvocationContainer> invocations,
                                                                                                int token)
        Returns the InvocationContainer in a list of Containers which matches the token
        Parameters:
        invocations -
        token -
        Returns:
        The invocation container associated with the token.
        See Also:
        InvocationContainer
      • enable

        public void enable()
        Enables listener registration and event emitting.
        Specified by:
        enable in interface EventEmitter
      • disable

        public void disable()
        Disables listener registration and event emitting.
        Specified by:
        disable in interface EventEmitter