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  • Blog Post: Attaching behavior to an Avalon element in XAML

    Sometimes you want to attach some behavior to an Avalon element by adding some event handlers, but without subclassing the element. An example of this is my most recent version of the layout animation code. In my original post , I had code in my code behind file that added this behavior: new PanelLayoutAnimator...
  • Blog Post: Layout to layout animations in WCP: Part 3

    Ok, it took me a lot longer to get to this, but I finally have a post about a better way to do layout to layout animations. In part 1 , I introduced a simple tile panel and then in part 2 , I made modifications so that it animates the children as they are rearranged. There were a couple of things I don...
  • Blog Post: Layout to layout animations in WCP (part 2)

    This post continues my series on layout to layout animations in WCP (Avalon). In part 1 , I showed to create a panel that lays out its children in a grid and allows the child size to be controlled with a slider through data binding. In this post, I'll describe one method to animate the children to their...
  • Blog Post: Layout to layout animations in WCP (part 1)

    At PDC, I showed a simple version of layout to layout animations, as we do in Microsoft Max .In Max, when you resize the window or change the size of the items being viewed, they animate to their new locations. This not only looks cool, but really helps usability by letting the user see what's happening...
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