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<!DOCTYPE html>
<title>Service Worker: postMessage to Client (message queue)</title>
<script src="/resources/testharness.js"></script>
<script src="/resources/testharnessreport.js"></script>
<script src="/common/get-host-info.sub.js"></script>
<script src="resources/test-helpers.sub.js"></script>
<script>
// This function creates a message listener that captures all messages
// sent to this window and matches them with corresponding requests.
// This frees test code from having to use clunky constructs just to
// avoid race conditions, since the relative order of message and
// request arrival doesn't matter.
function create_message_listener(t) {
const listener = {
messages: new Set(),
requests: new Set(),
waitFor: function(predicate) {
for (const event of this.messages) {
// If a message satisfying the predicate has already
// arrived, it gets matched to this request.
if (predicate(event)) {
this.messages.delete(event);
return Promise.resolve(event);
}
}
// If no match was found, the request is stored and a
// promise is returned.
const request = { predicate };
const promise = new Promise(resolve => request.resolve = resolve);
this.requests.add(request);
return promise;
}
};
window.onmessage = t.step_func(event => {
for (const request of listener.requests) {
// If the new message matches a stored request's
// predicate, the request's promise is resolved with this
// message.
if (request.predicate(event)) {
listener.requests.delete(request);
request.resolve(event);
return;
}
};
// No outstanding request for this message, store it in case
// it's requested later.
listener.messages.add(event);
});
return listener;
}
async function service_worker_register_and_activate(t, script, scope) {
const registration = await service_worker_unregister_and_register(t, script, scope);
t.add_cleanup(() => registration.unregister());
const worker = registration.installing;
await wait_for_state(t, worker, 'activated');
return worker;
}
// Add an iframe (parent) whose document contains a nested iframe
// (child), then set the child's src attribute to child_url and return
// its Window (without waiting for it to finish loading).
async function with_nested_iframes(t, child_url) {
const parent = await with_iframe('resources/nested-iframe-parent.html?role=parent');
t.add_cleanup(() => parent.remove());
const child = parent.contentWindow.document.getElementById('child');
child.setAttribute('src', child_url);
return child.contentWindow;
}
// Returns a predicate matching a fetch message with the specified
// key.
function fetch_message(key) {
return event => event.data.type === 'fetch' && event.data.key === key;
}
// Returns a predicate matching a ping message with the specified
// payload.
function ping_message(data) {
return event => event.data.type === 'ping' && event.data.data === data;
}
// A client message queue test is a testharness.js test with some
// additional setup:
// 1. A listener (see create_message_listener)
// 2. An active service worker
// 3. Two nested iframes
// 4. A state transition function that controls the order of events
// during the test
function client_message_queue_test(url, test_function, description) {
promise_test(async t => {
t.listener = create_message_listener(t);
const script = 'resources/stalling-service-worker.js';
const scope = 'resources/';
t.service_worker = await service_worker_register_and_activate(t, script, scope);
// We create two nested iframes such that both are controlled by
// the newly installed service worker.
const child_url = url + '?role=child';
t.frame = await with_nested_iframes(t, child_url);
t.state_transition = async function(from, to, scripts) {
// A state transition begins with the child's parser
// fetching a script due to a <script> tag. The request
// arrives at the service worker, which notifies the
// parent, which in turn notifies the test. Note that the
// event loop keeps spinning while the parser is waiting.
const request = await this.listener.waitFor(fetch_message(to));
// The test instructs the service worker to send two ping
// messages through the Client interface: first to the
// child, then to the parent.
this.service_worker.postMessage(from);
// When the parent receives the ping message, it forwards
// it to the test. Assuming that messages to both child
// and parent are mapped to the same task queue (this is
// not [yet] required by the spec), receiving this message
// guarantees that the child has already dispatched its
// message if it was allowed to do so.
await this.listener.waitFor(ping_message(from));
// Finally, reply to the service worker's fetch
// notification with the script it should use as the fetch
// request's response. This is a defensive mechanism that
// ensures the child's parser really is blocked until the
// test is ready to continue.
request.ports[0].postMessage([`state = '${to}';`].concat(scripts));
};
await test_function(t);
}, description);
}
function client_message_queue_enable_test(
install_script,
start_script,
earliest_dispatch,
description)
{
function assert_state_less_than_equal(state1, state2, explanation) {
const states = ['init', 'install', 'start', 'finish', 'loaded'];
const index1 = states.indexOf(state1);
const index2 = states.indexOf(state2);
if (index1 > index2)
assert_unreached(explanation);
}
client_message_queue_test('enable-client-message-queue.html', async t => {
// While parsing the child's document, the child transitions
// from the 'init' state all the way to the 'finish' state.
// Once parsing is finished it would enter the final 'loaded'
// state. All but the last transition require assitance from
// the test.
await t.state_transition('init', 'install', [install_script]);
await t.state_transition('install', 'start', [start_script]);
await t.state_transition('start', 'finish', []);
// Wait for all messages to get dispatched on the child's
// ServiceWorkerContainer and then verify that each message
// was dispatched after |earliest_dispatch|.
const report = await t.frame.report;
['init', 'install', 'start'].forEach(state => {
const explanation = `Message sent in state '${state}' was dispatched in '${report[state]}', should be dispatched no earlier than '${earliest_dispatch}'`;
assert_state_less_than_equal(earliest_dispatch,
report[state],
explanation);
});
}, description);
}
const empty_script = ``;
const add_event_listener =
`navigator.serviceWorker.addEventListener('message', handle_message);`;
const set_onmessage = `navigator.serviceWorker.onmessage = handle_message;`;
const start_messages = `navigator.serviceWorker.startMessages();`;
client_message_queue_enable_test(add_event_listener, empty_script, 'loaded',
'Messages from ServiceWorker to Client only received after DOMContentLoaded event.');
client_message_queue_enable_test(add_event_listener, start_messages, 'start',
'Messages from ServiceWorker to Client only received after calling startMessages().');
client_message_queue_enable_test(set_onmessage, empty_script, 'install',
'Messages from ServiceWorker to Client only received after setting onmessage.');
const resolve_manual_promise = `resolve_manual_promise();`
async function test_microtasks_when_client_message_queue_enabled(t, scripts) {
await t.state_transition('init', 'start', scripts.concat([resolve_manual_promise]));
let result = await t.frame.result;
assert_equals(result[0], 'microtask', 'The microtask was executed first.');
assert_equals(result[1], 'message', 'The message was dispatched.');
}
client_message_queue_test('message-vs-microtask.html', t => {
return test_microtasks_when_client_message_queue_enabled(t, [
add_event_listener,
start_messages,
]);
}, 'Microtasks run before dispatching messages after calling startMessages().');
client_message_queue_test('message-vs-microtask.html', t => {
return test_microtasks_when_client_message_queue_enabled(t, [set_onmessage]);
}, 'Microtasks run before dispatching messages after setting onmessage.');
</script>