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Pro WPF in C# 2008: Windows Presentation Foundation with .NET 3.5, Second Edition by Matthew MacDonald

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The Last Word

In this chapter, you explored WPF's animation support in detail. Now that you've mastered the basics, you can spend more time with the art of animation—deciding what properties to animate and how to modify them to get the effect you want. You'll find countless examples on the Web, including several that are referred to in this chapter. (If you want to avoid tired fingers from typing in long URLs, refer to the book page at www.prosetech.com to get a list with all the links.)

THE FUTURE OF WPF ANIMATION

The animation model in WPF is surprisingly full-featured. However, getting the result you want isn't always easy. If you want to animate separate portions of your interface as part of a single animated "scene," you're often forced ...

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