kandi X-RAY | RxUtil Summary
kandi X-RAY | RxUtil Summary
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Button callback
- test programmatically
- Creates RxAsyncTask on a given RxTask
- Performs test resolution
- Click on view
- Get the singleton thread pool manager
- Post a content event
- Transform io
- Transform io
- Optimized version of text watch
- Initialize progress loader
- Set the activity view
- Warns onDestroy
- Clean up resources
- Handles an error
- Notify the progress bar
- Returns true if the dialog is loading
- Sets whether or not the dialog is canceled
- Override this method to be called when the activity is created
- Unregisters all subscriptions for the given event
- Launch Activity View
- Sets listener for text changes
- Create the root view
- Initialize the helper
- Remove all subscriptions
RxUtil Key Features
RxUtil Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on RxUtil
I have the following code inside the presenter....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-06 at 09:09
You have to move the time after the flow setup:
I have PaymentPresenter with method payWorkOrder(). That method accepts some parameters and based on the logic created two new objects:
Here is the code for that:...
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Dec-02 at 10:34
Looks issue in mocking
you are using
Reason of NPE is paymentRequest while mocking is not same as passed in following code
RxJava2 to handle network calls, I created below interceptor to handle the Network error response for each network calls, Is there a better way to Handle this?
Is this the case for EventBus?
I don't want to check this error exceptionin each method,//HTTP Client ...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Mar-04 at 12:06
one approach i've used in the past is to share a
Subject used for communicating error conditions.
on the producer side, hold a reference to it a
Replay/etc) so as to invoke
onNext()with the next error the application has incurred. in this case the producer would be the
ResponseCodeCheckInterceptorinstance. rather than throwing the various exceptions, this instance would instead emit an
ErrorStatedescribing the error that just occurred. (assume
ErrorStateto be a custom type that carries just enough information about an error condition for consumers to decide how to react, e.g. update the UI, clean-up resources, etc).
on the consumer side, hold a reference to the shared
Observable. as you seem to be doing MVP, the Presenter would likely be one of your consumers.
(dependency injection is a good way to go about sharing the
hope that helps!
Update with some rough sample code...
I am sending API request to send email and on successful response I am calling onBackPressed() in my EmailActivity class.
I have also AbstractBaseActivity class which is extended by my EmailActivity class.
I am getting this crash very often....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-16 at 16:28
If you are only trying to kill the current activity and go back to the previous activity, you can call
finish() instead of
I have the following method in the presenter....
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jul-04 at 08:37
It seems that the mock can't be read. Try to put
any() on the parameters:
Instead of this:
I am using RxAndroid ,Retrofit and SqlBrite .
Eg : file_path = "....../videos/.mp4"
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Sep-01 at 09:06
If RxUtils.applySchedulers is applying the following then at the point you go through the mapping operation and subsequently hit service.downloadFileByUrl this will be executed on the main thread.
I am trying to use MVP, RX and Dagger 2 in android. The following is the code flow,
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-18 at 07:41
doOnSubscribe executes the content on the same thread where
getServerSettings() is executed which belongs to
Schedulers.io(). Hence, your
mView.showLoadingIndicator(true, "Checking Server ....") is trying to update the UI off the main thread (which is not allowed) and so this error terminates your
Observable execution - you may see it in your
mView.showErrorMessage(throwable.getLocalizedMessage()) call but I don't know what exactly you're doing there.
What you should do is to send a message from your
doOnSubscribe to the main thread as follows:
I am super new to Rx stuff and wish to improve my knowledge.
The following code works fine, however I want to know how can I improve it. There are two Single observables (
mPassengerAPI.getServiceType(currentLocation.getLatitude(), currentLocation.getLongitude())). Second observable depends on first observable's result.
I know there are some ops such as zip, concat, concatMap, flatMap. I read about all of them and I am confused now :)...
ANSWERAnswered 2017-May-20 at 04:58
flatMap is generally the operator to use when you the second operation depends on the result of the first. flatMap works like an inline subscriber. For your example above you could write something like:
I wanna to test an request with JUnit with an request like this but RxUtils.applySchedulersAndErrorMapper() return null. Is any possibilities to test that?...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-17 at 18:23
If it relates to the SDK, it probably won't work in a unit test. You didn't include your imports, so it's impossible to tell at a glance, but I know from experience that you can't use this in a unit test
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Apr-30 at 00:38
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You can use RxUtil like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the RxUtil component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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