Enumerations

The following enumerations are available globally.

  • A enum for storing and retrieving values associated with an AnyRealmValue property.

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    Declaration

    Swift

    public enum AnyRealmValue : Hashable
    extension AnyRealmValue: _QueryNumeric
    extension AnyRealmValue: RealmCollectionValue
    extension AnyRealmValue: RealmPropertyType
    extension AnyRealmValue: MinMaxType
    extension AnyRealmValue: AddableType
    extension AnyRealmValue: SortableType
  • Credentialsis an enum representing supported authentication types for MongoDB Realm. Example Usage:

    let credentials = Credentials.JWT(token: myToken)
    
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    Declaration

    Swift

    @frozen
    public enum Credentials
  • Enum representing a BSON value.

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    bsonspec.org
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    Declaration

    Swift

    @frozen
    public enum AnyBSON : BSON
    extension AnyBSON: ExpressibleByStringLiteral
    extension AnyBSON: ExpressibleByBooleanLiteral
    extension AnyBSON: ExpressibleByFloatLiteral
    extension AnyBSON: ExpressibleByIntegerLiteral
    extension AnyBSON: ExpressibleByDictionaryLiteral
    extension AnyBSON: ExpressibleByArrayLiteral
    extension AnyBSON: Equatable
    extension AnyBSON: Hashable

Publishers

  • Combine publishers for Realm types.

    You normally should not create any of these types directly, and should instead use the extension methods which create them.

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    Declaration

    Swift

    @available(macOS 10.15, watchOS 6.0, iOS 13.0, iOSApplicationExtension 13.0, macOSApplicationExtension 10.15, tvOS 13.0, *)
    public enum RealmPublishers

Notifications

  • A RealmMapChange value encapsulates information about changes to dictionaries that are reported by Realm notifications.

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    Declaration

    Swift

    @frozen
    public enum RealmMapChange<Collection> where Collection : RealmKeyedCollection
  • Information about the changes made to an object which is passed to Object‘s notification blocks.

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    Declaration

    Swift

    @frozen
    public enum ObjectChange<T>
  • A RealmCollectionChange value encapsulates information about changes to collections that are reported by Realm notifications.

    The change information is available in two formats: a simple array of row indices in the collection for each type of change, and an array of index paths in a requested section suitable for passing directly to UITableView‘s batch update methods.

    The arrays of indices in the .update case follow UITableView’s batching conventions, and can be passed as-is to a table view’s batch update functions after being converted to index paths. For example, for a simple one-section table view, you can do the following:

    self.notificationToken = results.observe { changes in
        switch changes {
        case .initial:
            // Results are now populated and can be accessed without blocking the UI
            self.tableView.reloadData()
            break
        case .update(_, let deletions, let insertions, let modifications):
            // Query results have changed, so apply them to the TableView
            self.tableView.beginUpdates()
            self.tableView.insertRows(at: insertions.map { IndexPath(row: $0, section: 0) },
               with: .automatic)
            self.tableView.deleteRows(at: deletions.map { IndexPath(row: $0, section: 0) },
               with: .automatic)
            self.tableView.reloadRows(at: modifications.map { IndexPath(row: $0, section: 0) },
               with: .automatic)
            self.tableView.endUpdates()
            break
        case .error(let err):
            // An error occurred while opening the Realm file on the background worker thread
            fatalError("\(err)")
            break
        }
    }
    
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    Declaration

    Swift

    @frozen
    public enum RealmCollectionChange<CollectionType>

BoundMap