Open-source implementation of Apple's Combine for processing values over time.
Though CombineX have implemented all the Combine interface, the project is still in early development.
What is Combine
Customize handling of asynchronous events by combining event-processing operators. -- Apple
Combine is a Functional Reactive Programming (FRP) framework launched by Apple at WWDC 2019. It will definitely be the cornerstone of Swift programming in the foreseeable future.
If you develop a library, it's recommended to use
CXShimso your library is compatible with SwiftUI.
- Swift 5.0+ (Xcode 10.2+)
Swift Package Manager (Recommended)
package.dependencies += [ .package(url: "https://github.com/cx-org/CombineX", from: "0.4.0"), ]
pod 'CombineX', "~> 0.4.0" # or, if you want to use `Foundation` extensions: pod 'CombineX/CXFoundation', "~> 0.4.0"
github "cx-org/CombineX" ~> 0.4.0
These libraries bring additional functionality to Combine. They are all Combine Compatible Package and you're free to switch underlying Combine implementation between
CombineX and Apple's
- CXTest: test infrastructure for Combine. It provides useful test utilities like
- CXExtensions: provides a collection of useful extensions for Combine, such as
- CXCocoa: provides Combine extensions to
Cocoa, such as
Delegate Proxy, etc.
CombineX is released under the MIT license. See LICENSE for details.
The following files are adapted from the Swift open source project: