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Kotlin Coroutines binding APIs for Android UI widgets from the platform and support libraries

Kotlin Coroutines binding APIs for Android UI widgets from the platform and support libraries

Corbind

Kotlin Coroutines binding APIs for Android UI widgets from the platform and support libraries. Supports Flow, ReceiveChannel and Actor.

This library is for Android applications only. Help you to transform Android UI events into cold Flow, hot ReceiveChannel or just perform an action through an Actor.

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Platform bindings:

implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind:1.0.1'

AndroidX library bindings:

implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-core:1.0.1'
implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-appcompat:1.0.1'
implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-drawerlayout:1.0.1'
implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-leanback:1.0.1'
implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-recyclerview:1.0.1'
implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-slidingpanelayout:1.0.1'
implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-swiperefreshlayout:1.0.1'
implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-viewpager:1.0.1'

Google 'material' library bindings:

implementation 'ru.ldralighieri.corbind:corbind-material:1.0.1'

How to use it?

If you need to get a text change events of EditText widget, simple use case with cold [Flow][flow] will look something like this:

findViewById<EditText>(R.id.et_name)
    .textChanges() // Flow<CharSequence>
    .onEach { /* handle text change events */ }
    .launchIn(scope)

If you prefer hot [ReceiveChannel][channel] and you need to get a ViewPager page selection events, then the use case will transform in something like this:

launch {
    findViewById<ViewPager>(R.id.vp_slides)
        .pageSelections(scope) // ReceiveChannel<Int>
        .consumeEach {
            /* handle ViewPager events */
        }
}

And if you just need to perform an action on button click, the easiest way will be:

launch {
    findViewById<AppCompatButton>(R.id.bt_confirm)
        .clicks {
            /* perform an action on View click events */
        }
}

Just one more traditional example of login button enabling/disabling by email and password field validation:

combine(
    et_email.textChanges()
        .map { Patterns.EMAIL_ADDRESS.matcher(it).matches() },

    et_password.textChanges()
        .map { it.length > 7 },

    transform = { email, password -> email && password }
)
    .onEach { bt_login.isEnabled = it }
    .launchIn(scope)

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