Maybe I'm over-looking this, but does anyone know where to find some good examples using IProgress<T> to report updates while using async?
The easiest example is Progress<T> itself.
There are a few others in this forum, and I have a few in my
AsyncEx library. But they haven't been thoroughly tested or used in production AFAIK.
Note that Report should return immediately; the actual progress reporting should be done asynchronously. This is not (currently) documented.
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