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Mastering Xamarin UI Development - Second Edition by Steven F. Daniel

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Creating and using Easing Functions in Xamarin.Forms

In this section, we will take a look at how to work with Easing Functions in your Xamarin.Forms XAML and ContentPages using C#. We are extremely fortunate that the Xamarin.Forms platform includes an Easing class that allows you to specify what is called a transfer function, which is able to control how animations speed up or slow down while they are running.

Before we start working with Easing Functions in our XAML and ContentPages (Views), let's take a moment to look at the various predefined Easing Function methods provided to us by the Easing class, which are explained in the following table:

Easing function

Description

BounceIn

This is responsible for bouncing the animation ...

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