Toolkit. Mvvm. Input Namespace
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A command that mirrors the functionality of RelayCommand, with the addition of accepting a Func<TResult> returning a Task as the execute action, and providing an ExecutionTask property that notifies changes when ExecuteAsync(Object) is invoked and when the returned Task completes.
A generic command that provides a more specific version of AsyncRelayCommand.
An attribute that can be used to automatically generate ICommand properties from declared methods. When this attribute is used to decorate a method, a generator will create a command property with the corresponding IRelayCommand interface depending on the signature of the method. If an invalid method signature is used, the generator will report an error.
In order to use this attribute, the containing type doesn't need to implement any interfaces. The generated properties will be lazily assigned but their value will never change, so there is no need to support property change notifications or other additional functionality.
This attribute can be used as follows:
And with this, code analogous to this will be generated:
The following signatures are supported for annotated methods:
A command whose sole purpose is to relay its functionality to other
objects by invoking delegates. The default return value for the CanExecute(Object)
A generic command whose sole purpose is to relay its functionality to other
objects by invoking delegates. The default return value for the CanExecute
An interface expanding IRelayCommand to support asynchronous operations.
A generic interface representing a more specific version of IAsyncRelayCommand.
A generic interface representing a more specific version of IRelayCommand.