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To test your application, you may need a Widget ID. In order to do that, there is some methods on Beagle to set and get this Widget IDs.
On this section, you’ll see two specific ones:
The method Set Id is used when you need to set an Id on a widget provided by the BFF. To do so, you just have to call this method on the widget you want to set the Id during the moment you’re creating your widget.
See how this works on the link below:
Text(text = "Text with id").setId("myTextId")
On the Get Id case, you have different ways to set it according to each frontend platform.
Check out below:
On Android, to get an Widget Id you just need to call the
String.toAndroidId() and this method will return the Id to use where you need.
See how it works on the like below:
On iOS, the Id is registered on
accessibilityIdentifier. So, to use then, you just need to use the same value used on
See how it works on the example below:
On Web, there is a default configuration that every component rendered by Beagle receives a ‘data-beagle-id’ in its HTML, in case the backend doesn’t set this Id.
The Widget Id value will be a custom if the backend set the Id (in our example, “myTextId”), or will be a default value (‘data-beagle-id’).
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