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Writing an asynchronous RelayCommand implementing ICommand

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If you are familiar with MVVM, then you are already familiar with relay commands. We use relay commands to map a method with the ICommand raised from a control. Below is the typical code snippet you may have seen a lot of time.

The class below is pretty simple; it accepts a method and allows you to associate it with a command. Whenever the command is invoked, it is relayed to the method we have passed on as “execute” param. It acts like a disconnected event, if I may say.

Since Action deals with void functions, we cannot get the async methods working. So I resorted for Func instead of Action and rewrote my RelayCommand to below.