Extension methods on
Stream adding common transform operators.
asyncMapBuffer, asyncMapSample, concurrentAsyncMap
asyncMapBuffer prevents the callback from
overlapping execution and collects events while it is executing.
asyncMapSample prevents overlapping execution and discards events while it is
concurrentAsyncMap allows overlap and removes ordering guarantees
for higher throughput.
asyncMap but events are buffered in a List until previous events have
been processed rather than being called for each element individually.
where but allows an asynchronous predicate.
Waits for a period of time after receiving a value and then only emits the most recent value.
Collects values from a source stream until a
trigger stream fires and the
collected values are emitted.
Combine the most recent event from multiple streams through a callback or into a list.
Prevents a source stream from emitting too frequently by dropping or collecting values that occur within a given duration.
Appends the values of a stream after another stream finishes.
merge, mergeAll, concurrentAsyncExpand
Interleaves events from multiple streams into a single stream.
Scan is like fold, but instead of producing a single value it yields each intermediate accumulation.
startWith, startWithMany, startWithStream
Prepend a value, an iterable, or a stream to the beginning of another stream.
Flatten a Stream of Streams into a Stream which forwards values from the most recent Stream
Let values through until a Future fires.
Taps into a single-subscriber stream to react to values as they pass, without being a real subscriber.
Blocks events for a duration after an event is successfully emitted.
Iterable.whereType for a stream.
It may be useful to pass an instance of
StreamTransformer so that it can be
stream.transform calls rather than reference the specific operator
in place. Any operator on
Stream that returns a
Stream can be modeled as a
StreamTransformer using the
final debounce = StreamTransformer.fromBind( (s) => s.debounce(const Duration(milliseconds: 100)));