I have released DynamicData.ReactiveUI which is a very simple adaptor layer to assist with binding dynamic data observables with reactiveui’s ReactiveList object.
Install from Nuget
If you are not familiar with dynamic data and what it enables I suggest:
- Go through previous posts in the blog
- Download the example wpf app from github
To cut to the chase, here’s an example. The code takes existing in-memory trade objects, transforms them into a view model proxy and updates the target reactive list object with the resulting change sets. It also pre-filters the data with live trades, applies a user entered filter, orders the resulting data and disposes the proxy when no longer required. Phew – all that in effectively one line of code.
I did the same example without using Reactive UI code see Trading Example Part 3. Integrate with UI where I have explained the code in greater detail
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