Struct relm4::component::Connector

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pub struct Connector<C: Component> { /* private fields */ }
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Contains the post-launch input sender and output receivers with the root widget.

The receiver can be separated from the Connector by choosing a method for handling it.

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Forwards output events to the designated sender.

Given a mutable closure, captures the receiver for handling.

Ignore outputs from the component and take the handle.

Convert his type into a Stream that yields output events as futures.

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Provides access to the component’s sender.
Provides access to the state of a component.
Returns the root widget of the component.
Dropping this type will usually stop the runtime of the component. With this method you can give the runtime a static lifetime. In other words, dropping the controller or connector will not stop the runtime anymore, instead it will run until the app is closed.
Emits an input to the component.
Returns a reference to the Component.
Returns a reference to the Component::Widgets.
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