#keyup([selector], key[, options])

  • selector - optional selector to trigger in a nested element
  • key - name of the key to deactivate, such as KeyA

The interactor.keyup() method will trigger a keyup event for the specified key on the interactor's element when the interactor is run. When given a selector, it will trigger events on a nested element instead. It returns a new instance of the interactor with the action added to it's queue.

import { Interactor } from 'interactor.js';

await new Interactor('.input')

// input.value === "Ayy"


keyup(selector, key[, options]) => Interactor

  • selector - element selector to trigger the event on
  • key - name of the key to deactivate, such as KeyA

The keyup() action returns an interactor which will trigger a keyup event for the specified key on the specified element. The returned interactor can be run by itself, or used when composing a custom interactor.

import interactor, { keydown, keyup, press } from 'interactor.js';

await keyup('.target', 'ArrowRight');

@interactor class FieldInteractor {
  press = key => press('.input', key);
  shift = () => keydown('.input', 'Shift');
  unshift = () => keyup('.input', 'Shift');

await new FieldInteractor('.field')

// input.value === "ABC"