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ReactiveUI.XamForms Namespace

Class Types

Class Summary
ActivationForViewFetcher This class is the default implementation that determines when views are Activated and Deactivated.
AutoSuspendHelper Helps manage Xamarin.Forms application lifecycle events.
DisableAnimationAttribute Attribute that disables animation for a view.
ReactiveCarouselPage<TViewModel> This is an CarouselPage that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveContentPage<TViewModel> This is an ContentPage that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveContentView<TViewModel> This is an ContentView that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveEntryCell<TViewModel> This is an EntryCell that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveImageCell<TViewModel> This is an ImageCell that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveMasterDetailPage<TViewModel> This is an MasterDetailPage that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveMultiPage<TPage, TViewModel> This is an MultiPage<TPage> that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveNavigationPage<TViewModel> This is an NavigationPage that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveSwitchCell<TViewModel> This is a SwitchCell that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveTabbedPage<TViewModel> This is a TabbedPage that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveTextCell<TViewModel> This is an TextCell that is also an IViewFor<T>.
ReactiveViewCell<TViewModel> This is an ViewCell that is also an IViewFor<T>.
Registrations The main registration for common classes for the Splat dependency injection. We have code that runs reflection through the different ReactiveUI classes searching for IWantsToRegisterStuff and will register all our required DI interfaces. The registered items in this classes are common for all Platforms. To get these registrations after the main ReactiveUI Initialization use the DependencyResolverMixins.InitializeReactiveUI() extension method.
RoutedViewHost This is a NavigationPage that serves as a router.
ViewModelViewHost This content view will automatically load and host the view for the given view model. The view model whose view is to be displayed should be assigned to the ViewModel property. Optionally, the chosen view can be customized by specifying a contract via ViewContractObservable or ViewContract.