автор: Владлен 29.12.2017 Комментарии: 1
Many of the Windows Runtime XAML controls include theme animations within storyboards that are part of their control template, with the animations triggered by visual states. Point 60, ; points.
By using the animations from the Windows Runtime animation library, you can integrate the Windows look and feel into your app. The animation library does not provide animations for every possible scenario.
The most common reason for doing this is because you want to use one or more of the curves and complex shapes that can be defined as Segments values for a PathFigure , for example BezierSegment. We set the RadiusX property to 50 and the RadiusY property to 10, which gives the Rectangle rounded corners. The next example creates a Polygon with 4 points set to 10, , 60, , , , and ,
For example, moving the headers in an items control uses the reposition animation. This is for large edge-based UI such as a custom keyboard or a task pane. There are two techniques for setting Data:
As with a Polygon , the Points property defines the collection of points that make up the boundary. Point 50, 50 ; pathFigureCollection1. This example shows a Path that might have resulted from using Blend for Visual Studio to produce just a few vector shapes and then saving the result as XAML.
By using these controls in your app, you can get the animated look and feel without having to program it yourself. Apps should also use the fade in animation when they transition from a placeholder item to the final item as content loads dynamically.
The maximum allowed value of RadiusX is the Width divided by two and the maximum allowed value of RadiusY is the Height divided by two. Data serialization format and what the numbers represent.
Animations available in the library The following animations are supplied in the animation library. The other items in the list animate to their new positions over a short period of time, making room for the added item. To create a basic Rectangle, specify a Width , a Height , and a Fill.
Polygon A Polygon is a shape with a boundary defined by an arbitrary number of points. The rendering logic for a Polygon assumes that you are defining a closed shape and will connect the end point to the start point implicitly.
Set the Fill property of the Shape to the Brush you want. Storyboards can be defined as part of a visual transition, or triggered at runtime by the application. When active, the animations show the user that the list can be rearranged around a dropped item.
Since almost all apps use some kind of navigation, page transition animations are the most common type of theme animation used by apps. This example shows a Path that might have resulted from using Blend for Visual Studio to produce just a few vector shapes and then saving the result as XAML.
Tip The Windows Runtime controls for XAML include certain types of animations as built-in behaviors that come from an animation library. The next example creates a Rectangle with a Width of and a Height of