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Change<TObject, TKey> Struct

Summary

Container to describe a single change to a cache.
Namespace
DynamicData
Interfaces
Base Types
  • object
  • ValueType
graph BT Type-->Base0["ValueType"] Base0-->Base1["object"] Type-.->Interface0["IEquatable<Change<TObject, TKey>>"] Type["Change<TObject, TKey>"] class Type type-node

Syntax

public readonly struct Change<TObject, TKey> : ValueType, IEquatable<Change<TObject, TKey>> 
    where TKey : notnull

Type Parameters

Name Description
TObject The type of the object.
TKey The type of the key.

Constructors

Name Summary
Change(ChangeReason, TKey, TObject, int) Initializes a new instance of the Change<TObject, TKey> struct.
Change(ChangeReason, TKey, TObject, Optional<TObject>, int, int) Initializes a new instance of the Change<TObject, TKey> struct.
Change(TKey, TObject, int, int) Initializes a new instance of the Change<TObject, TKey> struct. Constructor for ChangeReason.Move.

Properties

Name Value Summary
Current TObject
Gets the item which has changed.
CurrentIndex int
Gets the current index.
Key TKey
Gets the unique key of the item which has changed.
Previous Optional<TObject>
Gets the previous change. This is only when Reason==ChangeReason.Replace.
PreviousIndex int
Gets the previous change. This is only when Reason==ChangeReason.Update or ChangeReason.Move.
Reason ChangeReason
Gets the reason for the change.

Methods

Name Value Summary
Equals(Change<TObject, TKey>) bool
Equals(object?) bool
GetHashCode() int
ToString() string

Operators

Name Value Summary
operator !=(Change<TObject, TKey>, Change<TObject, TKey>) bool
operator ==(Change<TObject, TKey>, Change<TObject, TKey>) bool

Extension Methods

Name Value Summary
BindValidation<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel, TViewModelProperty, TViewProperty>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewProperty>>, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Binds the specified ViewModel property validation to the View property.
BindValidation<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>>, TextInputLayout, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Platform binding to the TextInputLayout.
BindValidation<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>>, TextInputLayout, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Platform binding to the TextInputLayout.
BindValidation<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel, TViewProperty>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewProperty>>, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Binds the overall validation of a ViewModel to a specified View property.
BindValidation<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel, TViewProperty>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<TViewModel?, ValidationHelper>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewProperty>>, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Binds a ValidationHelper from a ViewModel to a specified View property.
BindValidation<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<TViewModel?, ValidationHelper>>, TextInputLayout, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Platform binding to the TextInputLayout.
BindValidation<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<TViewModel?, ValidationHelper>>, TextInputLayout, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Platform binding to the TextInputLayout.
BindValidationEx<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>>, TextInputLayout, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Platform binding to the TextInputLayout.
BindValidationEx<Change<TObject, TKey>, TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>(TViewModel?, Expression<Func<TViewModel, TViewModelProperty>>, TextInputLayout, IValidationTextFormatter<string>?) IDisposable
Platform binding to the TextInputLayout.
InvokeViewModelAction<T>(Action<T>) object
This is a thing I lifted from Prism.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T11>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T12>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T11>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T12>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T11>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T11>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAny<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyDynamic<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression, Func<IObservedChange<Change<TObject, TKey>, object>, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAny allows you to observe whenever one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>) IObservable<(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7)>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>) IObservable<(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6)>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>) IObservable<(T1, T2, T3, T4, T5)>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1, T2, T3, T4>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>) IObservable<(T1, T2, T3, T4)>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1, T2, T3>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>) IObservable<(T1, T2, T3)>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1, T2>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>) IObservable<(T1, T2)>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T11>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T12>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, T12, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T11>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, T11, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T10>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, T10, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T9>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, T9, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T8>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, T8, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T7>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, T7, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T6>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, T6, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4, T5>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T5>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, T5, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3, T4>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T4>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, T4, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2, T3>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T3>>, Func<T1, T2, T3, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1, T2>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T2>>, Func<T1, T2, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet, T1>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, T1>>, Func<T1, TRet>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of one or more properties on an object have changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
WhenAnyValue<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>(Expression<Func<Change<TObject, TKey>, TRet>>) IObservable<TRet>
WhenAnyValue allows you to observe whenever the value of a property on an object has changed, providing an initial value when the Observable is set up, unlike ObservableForProperty(). Use this method in constructors to set up bindings between properties that also need an initial setup.
With<Change<TObject, TKey>, TKey, TField>(Dictionary<TKey, TField>, IDictionary<TKey, TField>) TBuilder
Adds the specified dictionary to the provided dictionary.