Animatable Attribute Class
Not intended for general use. This attribute is used by design tools such as Microsoft Visual Studio. Microsoft Visual Studio interprets the attribute and informs app developers how an animation-property combination will work as far as performance and restrictions.
public ref class IndependentlyAnimatableAttribute sealed : Attribute
[Windows.Foundation.Metadata.AttributeUsage(System.AttributeTargets.Property)] [Windows.Foundation.Metadata.ContractVersion(typeof(Microsoft.UI.Xaml.WinUIContract), 65536)] [Windows.Foundation.Metadata.WebHostHidden] public sealed class IndependentlyAnimatableAttribute : Attribute
Public NotInheritable Class IndependentlyAnimatableAttribute Inherits Attribute
Windows.Foundation.Metadata.AttributeUsageAttribute Windows.Foundation.Metadata.ContractVersionAttribute Windows.Foundation.Metadata.WebHostHiddenAttribute
Animations of properties can either be enabled or disabled by default. Which case applies is determined by both the type of animation itself (and its subproperties) and the specific property being animated. Core Windows Runtime dependency properties are annotated with metadata describing whether the property is independently animatable. This information is also reported by design tools such as Microsoft Visual Studio in order to provide app developers with info about how a given animation will work and whether it's permitted to run at all.
ConditionallyIndependentlyAnimatableAttribute is applied to sub-property animation types that might be independently animatable depending on which property the animated type is applied to. In contrast, IndependentlyAnimatableAttribute is applied to those specific properties that really are independently animatable.
Initializes a new instance of the FadeOutThemeAnimation class.