Amit Bijlani

ReactiveSwift #4 - Implementing UI Bindings

Amit Bijlani | Jun 27, 2019

How do I Implement Data Binding in ReactiveSwift?

Learning the core concepts of ReactiveSwift will eventually help you in implementing ReactiveSwift within your app. A reactive programming library like ReactiveSwift provides a uniform architecture for implementing most of the common design patterns providing efficient and scalable solutions to common problems.

In this screencast, we will show you to work with ReactiveCocoa which makes most UIKit classes reactive providing you two bindings with underlying model. An update to the model layer can automatically update your UI and the other way around.

What you will learn...

- How to use the reactive proxy on UIKit classes
- How to use MutableProperty to signal future changes
- Bind properties to views

Additional Resources

ReactiveSwift Github Repo
ReactiveSwift property
ReactiveCocoa

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