One of the new pieces that will be part of the pack is the new CoverFlow control. It is important to note that from Q3 2009 all previous versions of the control will be replaced with this one, which is specifically built for Silverlight 3.So, the team has decided to release a beta version in order to give the community its deserved time to preview and assess the control prior to its initial launch. In this blog you can find information concerning all API changes introduced in the new version.
As easing functions are now integral parts of the Silverlight framework, we have introduced the EasingFunction property. It determines the easing with which RadCoverFlow changes its items. Together with that we introduce the ItemChangeDelay which is of type TimeSpan and defines the speed of the animation.
CameraViewpoint is a substitute for CameraY. The new property determines the point from which the camera looks at the object. The enum has three self-explaining values, Top, Bottom and Center.
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