Simulating physics with animation easings


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Simulating physics with animation easings

Easing is a term for modifying an animation so that the rate of change is not uniform. In other words, it's a way to introduce acceleration or deceleration into your animation. A simple easing might start out slow and accelerate to the end. A more elaborate easing might stimulate the rate of a bouncing ball: fast, then slow to a stop, and speed up again, and repeat in a diminishing fashion. For this demonstration, I am going to use Expression Blend and a project called Animation Easings. My main UI in this application consists of a Start button and several ellipses.

What I want to do is move these ellipses down the screen and simulate different easing functions. To do that, of course I need a Storyboard. Click on this Plus symbol on my Objects and Timeline to create a new storyboard, and I will call this one EasingStoryboard. You see the red recording border show up. I am going to add a keyframe by clicking here. First, I need to select my items so I will select my ellipses. Then I will cl...

Simulating physics with animation easings
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Simulating physics with animation easings provides you with in-depth training on Developer. Taught by Walt Ritscher as part of the Silverlight 5 Essential Training

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