fun <T> ComponentScope.useBinding(initialValue: T): DynamicValue<T>

Creates a DynamicValue with a static initial value. This DynamicValue can be passed to the variants of Style properties that take DynamicValue, like Style.backgroundColor or Style.translationY. You can then imperatively set a new value on the main thread to update that property without a state update, or use the collection of Animated APIs to drive animations on this DynamicValue, which will in turn animate the property.

Note: You can only change or animate a DynamicValue on the main thread.

fun <T, S> ComponentScope.useBinding(binding: DynamicValue<T>, transform: (T) -> S): DynamicValue<S>

Creates a DynamicValue deriving from an existing binding param, with modifications applied by transform function.

For example:

val bgColor = useBinding(colorProgress) { progress -> Color.HSVToColor(floatArrayOf(100f *
progress, 100f, 255f)) }