Reactive Extensions and Wisej

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Hi Luca,

I happened to come across this codeproject article https://www.codeproject.com/articles/801986/using-reactiveui-for-winforms-mvvm-design

The author is using ReactiveUI, http://reactiveui.net/, a MVVM framework, which can be used as they claim with WinForms too. And this is what the author does, he presents a small WinForms application.

So, I was wondering if such an approach could work with Wisej. Or, to reverse the question, is there some fundamental reason why it cannot be used?

Best,
Alex

 

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Hi Luca, thanks for your answer.

  1. Why are you saying it hasn’t been maintained for a while? Their github repository has a rather active “issues” section and the last update in their source is 9 days ago.
  2. In fact I tried replicating the codeproject article’s winform project in a Wisej project, but it does not work.

Best,
Alex

PS. Sounds like you are not in the streets for the presidential inauguration!

  • Luca (ITG)
    Wrong order in github, it was showing me 2 years ago as the newest… Also can’t find it in the nuget package manager, looks like it was removed. And for some reason the article on codeproject doesn’t have the files to download. Send me the sample and I can take a look. If they use WinForms classes directly it won’t work, but they can be changed.
  • Alex Prinias
    Just sent it to your email, it was too large to attach here. The nuget packages are included, it is the “reactiveui-winforms” package, which also installs several dependencies. Alex
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I don’t see any reason why not. It says it works with Xamarin and WPF as well, it should work with Wisej without changes. It looks like it hasn’t been maintained for a while though.

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