- Monday, August 13, 2018
- Rodney Littles, II
ReactiveUI is deprecating
With the coming 8.6.1 release,
ReactiveList will be marked as deprecated. ReactiveList is being replaced by Roland Pheasants Dynamic Data
What does this mean for me?
We hope, nothing. Other than no longer supporting the public API of ReactiveList, the end user shouldn't experience any change. There will be some internal clean up of the code base that will be changed over to use Dynamic Data as opposed to Reactive Lists. There are several reasons why ReactiveUI has made this decision for the platform. These reasons have been outlined and can be discussed in further detail on the RFC or the GitHub Issue #1372.
The work will begin in the next week to push a package with
ReactiveList marked as deprecated. Shortly after that package is released, work will begin to move ReactiveUI towards Dynamic Data. ReactiveList isn't going away, we are just going to hide it from the public interface and put it in the legacy space.
Dynamic Data's creator Roland Pheasant has provided an Introduction for ReactiveUI Users as a starting point for ReactiveUI consumers.
If you're willing to test the pre-release version of this change, or you have concerns that this change will break your app join us over at https://reactiveui.net/slack, or comment on the RFC or Issue linked above.