RadSlideAnimation allows the smoothly moving of elements on the screen from and to given coordinates. RadSlideAnimation supports all
types of easing functions, as well as custom ones. As part of the Telerik's Windows Phone Animation Framework, RadSlideAnimation can be easily tweaked to meet specific
The difference between RadSlideAnimation and RadMoveAnimation is that the first one
applies clipping over the content, while the second don't.
The specific properties for RadSlideAnimation are:
- MoveDirection - specifies the automated direction of animation. For example, the BottomIn enumeration value will animate the
UIElement to move down from a location above the original one, which is distant equal to its height. Note that if this property is set, the
StartPoint and the EndPoint properties get ignored.
- StartPoint - specifies the start point of the animation towards the top left corner of the animated element and is measured in pixel.
- EndPoint - specifies the end point of the animation towards the top left corner of the animated element and is measured in pixel.
To create such an animation you have to use the RadSlideAnimation class.
<telerikCore:RadSlideAnimation x:Key="slideAnimation" StartPoint="0,0" EndPoint="200,200" />