plugfox_transformers

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–°ontains a set of useful stream transformers

  • Simultaneous (Serves for simultaneous parallel tasks)

Simultaneous

Serves for simultaneous parallel tasks

Executes simultaneously [maxNumberOfProcesses] generators [convert] transforming each [Event] into a Stream of [State]. The resulting stream is returned from the [Stream.transform] method.

If [maxNumberOfProcesses] is set to 0 or less, then all incoming events processed instantly.

If [maxNumberOfProcesses] is set to 1, then the behavior is almost identical .asyncExpand method.

If [maxNumberOfProcesses] is set to 2 or more, then this sets the number simultaneously performed tasks and each subsequent event begins to be processed as soon as one of the previous ones is finished.

The transformer breaks the sequence of events in the stream.

Example usage:

Stream<String> myGenerator(int event) async* {
  String state;

  state = await Future<String>.delayed(
        const Duration(milliseconds: 250)
      , () => '$event + 2 = ${event + 2}');
  yield state;
  
  state = await Future<String>.delayed(
        const Duration(milliseconds: 500)
      , () => '$event * 2 = ${event * 2}');
  yield state;
  
  state = await Future<String>.delayed(
        const Duration(milliseconds: 750)
      , () => '$event ^ 2 = ${event * event}');
  yield state;
}

Stream<int>.fromIterable(const <int>[1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7])
  .transform<String>(Simultaneous<int, String>(myGenerator, maxNumberOfProcesses: 2))
  .forEach(print);

Override bloc package behavior:

@override  
Stream<Transition<Event, State>> transformEvents(
  Stream<Event> events,
  Stream<Transition<Event, State>> Function(Event) next) => 
    events.transform<Transition<Event, State>>(
      Simultaneous<Event, Transition<Event, State>>(next, maxNumberOfProcesses: 0)
    );

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