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LINQ to Events

I can’t say that I fully grasp all of this, but it appears that this is the way to do asynchronous programming going forward with .NET 4.0.

The IObservable/IObserver interfaces are in .NET framework 4.0.  I want to stress that IObservable is the new asynchronous programming pattern in .NET.  It supplants the Begin/EndInvoke pattern as well as the event-based asynchronous pattern.  Simple run of thumb: if the method is asynchronous, return an IObservable.

posted on Thursday, July 23, 2009 3:07 PM Print
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