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Delegate with RxSwift

onmyway133 profile image Khoa Pham ・1 min read

We can use DelegateProxy and DelegateProxyType to make beautiful delegate with RxSwift. But in some other cases, we can just create a custom class with PublishSubject.

This is how we can make rx out of UIApplication life cycle events

class LifeCycle {
  let didEnterBackground = PublishSubject<Void>()
  let willEnterForeground  = PublishSubject<Void>()
  let didBecomeActive = PublishSubject<Void>()
  let willResignActive = PublishSubject<Void>()

  init() {
    let center = NotificationCenter.default
    let app = UIApplication.shared

    center.addObserver(forName: Notification.Name.UIApplicationDidEnterBackground,
                       object: app, queue: .main, using: { [weak self] _ in
      self?.didEnterBackground.onNext(())
    })

    center.addObserver(forName: Notification.Name.UIApplicationWillEnterForeground,
                       object: app, queue: .main, using: { [weak self] _ in
      self?.willEnterForeground.onNext(())
    })

    center.addObserver(forName: Notification.Name.UIApplicationDidBecomeActive,
                       object: app, queue: .main, using: { [weak self] _ in
      self?.didBecomeActive.onNext(())
    })

    center.addObserver(forName: Notification.Name.UIApplicationWillResignActive,
                       object: app, queue: .main, using: { [weak self] _ in
      self?.willResignActive.onNext(())
    })
  }
}

Usage

let lifeCycle = LifeCycle()
lifeCycle.didBecomeActive
  .bindNext({ [weak self] in
    self?.viewModel.reloadProfile()
  })
  .disposed(by: bag)

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Discussion

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Keep em coming Khoa Pham :D

 

@Eon Hi, thanks 😇 You have good posts too