One of the tried and true patterns in .NET programming is to call an Asynchronous service (e.g., BeginGetResponse) and to then provide a callback to a second method for when the call completes. This can get very complex very quickly if you have chained calls (call this, then when you finish, call that)
Let’s take a look at how you can simplify such a call with Rx by examining making a HTTPWebRequest.
We’ll begin by creating a dead-simple UI, consisting of a TextBox (to type in a URL), a TextBlock (to display the returned HTML) and a button (to kick things off). For simplicity, we* created this as a WPF application, though you could certainly do the same in Silverlight or Windows Phone.
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Post Contributed by: Kunal Chowdhury
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