Animatable.BeginAnimation Metodo

Definizione

Applica un'animazione all'oggetto DependencyProperty specificato.

Overload

BeginAnimation(DependencyProperty, AnimationTimeline)

Applica un'animazione all'oggetto DependencyProperty specificato. L'animazione viene avviata quando viene eseguito il rendering del fotogramma successivo. Se alla proprietà specificata è già applicata un'animazione, viene usato il comportamento di continuità di SnapshotAndReplace.

BeginAnimation(DependencyProperty, AnimationTimeline, HandoffBehavior)

Applica un'animazione all'oggetto DependencyProperty specificato. L'animazione viene avviata quando viene eseguito il rendering del fotogramma successivo. Se alla proprietà specificata è già stata aggiunta un'animazione, viene utilizzato l'oggetto HandoffBehavior specificato.

BeginAnimation(DependencyProperty, AnimationTimeline)

Applica un'animazione all'oggetto DependencyProperty specificato. L'animazione viene avviata quando viene eseguito il rendering del fotogramma successivo. Se alla proprietà specificata è già applicata un'animazione, viene usato il comportamento di continuità di SnapshotAndReplace.

public:
 virtual void BeginAnimation(System::Windows::DependencyProperty ^ dp, System::Windows::Media::Animation::AnimationTimeline ^ animation);
public void BeginAnimation (System.Windows.DependencyProperty dp, System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationTimeline animation);
abstract member BeginAnimation : System.Windows.DependencyProperty * System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationTimeline -> unit
override this.BeginAnimation : System.Windows.DependencyProperty * System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationTimeline -> unit
Public Sub BeginAnimation (dp As DependencyProperty, animation As AnimationTimeline)

Parametri

dp
DependencyProperty

Proprietà a cui applicare l'animazione.

animation
AnimationTimeline

Animazione applicata alla proprietà specificata.

Se l'oggetto BeginTime dell'animazione è null, vengono rimosse tutte le animazioni correnti e viene mantenuto il valore corrente della proprietà.

Se animation è null, tutte le animazioni vengono rimosse dalla proprietà e viene ripristinato il valore di base della proprietà.

Implementazioni

Commenti

Se l'animazione ha un BeginTime valore maggiore di zero, l'animazione inizia dopo tale intervallo di tempo trascorso dal momento in cui viene eseguito il rendering del frame successivo.

Si applica a

BeginAnimation(DependencyProperty, AnimationTimeline, HandoffBehavior)

Applica un'animazione all'oggetto DependencyProperty specificato. L'animazione viene avviata quando viene eseguito il rendering del fotogramma successivo. Se alla proprietà specificata è già stata aggiunta un'animazione, viene utilizzato l'oggetto HandoffBehavior specificato.

public:
 virtual void BeginAnimation(System::Windows::DependencyProperty ^ dp, System::Windows::Media::Animation::AnimationTimeline ^ animation, System::Windows::Media::Animation::HandoffBehavior handoffBehavior);
public void BeginAnimation (System.Windows.DependencyProperty dp, System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationTimeline animation, System.Windows.Media.Animation.HandoffBehavior handoffBehavior);
abstract member BeginAnimation : System.Windows.DependencyProperty * System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationTimeline * System.Windows.Media.Animation.HandoffBehavior -> unit
override this.BeginAnimation : System.Windows.DependencyProperty * System.Windows.Media.Animation.AnimationTimeline * System.Windows.Media.Animation.HandoffBehavior -> unit
Public Sub BeginAnimation (dp As DependencyProperty, animation As AnimationTimeline, handoffBehavior As HandoffBehavior)

Parametri

dp
DependencyProperty

Proprietà a cui applicare l'animazione.

animation
AnimationTimeline

Animazione applicata alla proprietà specificata.

Se handoffBehavior è SnapshotAndReplace e il valore di BeginTime dell'animazione è null, tutte le animazioni correnti verranno rimosse e verrà mantenuto il valore attuale della proprietà.

Se handoffBehavior è SnapshotAndReplace e animation è un riferimento null, tutte le animazioni verranno rimosse dalla proprietà e verrà ripristinato il valore di base della proprietà.

Se handoffBehavior è Compose, questo metodo non avrà nessun effetto se il valore dell'animazione o del relativo oggetto BeginTime è null.

handoffBehavior
HandoffBehavior

Valore che specifica il modo in cui la nuova animazione deve interagire con tutte le animazioni correnti che già influiscono sul valore della proprietà.

Implementazioni

Esempio

Nell'esempio seguente viene illustrato come applicare animazioni usando impostazioni diverse HandoffBehavior .

/*

This sample animates the position of an ellipse when 
the user clicks within the main border. If the user
left-clicks, the SnapshotAndReplace HandoffBehavior
is used when applying the animations. If the user
right-clicks, the Compose HandoffBehavior is used
instead.

*/

using namespace System;
using namespace System::Windows;
using namespace System::Windows::Navigation;
using namespace System::Windows::Media;
using namespace System::Windows::Media::Animation;
using namespace System::Windows::Shapes;
using namespace System::Windows::Controls;
using namespace System::Windows::Input;

namespace Microsoft {
   namespace Samples {
      namespace Animation {
         namespace LocalAnimations {
            public ref class InteractiveAnimationExample : Page {
            private: 
               TranslateTransform^ interactiveTranslateTransform;
               Border^ containerBorder;
               Ellipse^ interactiveEllipse;

            public: 
               InteractiveAnimationExample () 
               {
                  WindowTitle = "Interactive Animation Example";
                  DockPanel^ myPanel = gcnew DockPanel();
                  myPanel->Margin = Thickness(20.0);

                  containerBorder = gcnew Border();
                  containerBorder->Background = Brushes::White;
                  containerBorder->BorderBrush = Brushes::Black;
                  containerBorder->BorderThickness = Thickness(2.0);
                  containerBorder->VerticalAlignment = System::Windows::VerticalAlignment::Stretch;

                  interactiveEllipse = gcnew Ellipse();
                  interactiveEllipse->Fill = Brushes::Lime;
                  interactiveEllipse->Stroke = Brushes::Black;
                  interactiveEllipse->StrokeThickness = 2.0;
                  interactiveEllipse->Width = 25;
                  interactiveEllipse->Height = 25;
                  interactiveEllipse->HorizontalAlignment = System::Windows::HorizontalAlignment::Left;
                  interactiveEllipse->VerticalAlignment = System::Windows::VerticalAlignment::Top;

                  interactiveTranslateTransform = gcnew TranslateTransform();
                  interactiveEllipse->RenderTransform = interactiveTranslateTransform;

                  containerBorder->MouseLeftButtonDown += 
                     gcnew MouseButtonEventHandler(this, &Microsoft::Samples::Animation::LocalAnimations::InteractiveAnimationExample::border_mouseLeftButtonDown);
                  containerBorder->MouseRightButtonDown += 
                     gcnew MouseButtonEventHandler(this, &Microsoft::Samples::Animation::LocalAnimations::InteractiveAnimationExample::border_mouseRightButtonDown);
                  containerBorder->Child = interactiveEllipse;

                  myPanel->Children->Add(containerBorder);
                  this->Content = myPanel;
               };

            private: 
               // When the user left-clicks, use the 
               // SnapshotAndReplace HandoffBehavior when applying the animation.        
               void border_mouseLeftButtonDown (System::Object^ sender, System::Windows::Input::MouseButtonEventArgs^ e)
               {
                  System::Windows::Point clickPoint = Mouse::GetPosition(containerBorder);

                  // Set the target point so the center of the ellipse
                  // ends up at the clicked point.
                  Point targetPoint = Point();
                  targetPoint.X = clickPoint.X - interactiveEllipse->Width / 2;
                  targetPoint.Y = clickPoint.Y - interactiveEllipse->Height / 2;

                  // Animate to the target point.
                  DoubleAnimation^ xAnimation = gcnew DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.X,
                     Duration(TimeSpan::FromSeconds(4)));
                  interactiveTranslateTransform->BeginAnimation(TranslateTransform::XProperty, xAnimation, HandoffBehavior::SnapshotAndReplace);

                  DoubleAnimation^ yAnimation = gcnew DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.Y,
                     Duration(TimeSpan::FromSeconds(4)));
                  interactiveTranslateTransform->BeginAnimation(TranslateTransform::YProperty, yAnimation, HandoffBehavior::SnapshotAndReplace);

                  // Chage the color of the ellipse.
                  interactiveEllipse->Fill = Brushes::Lime;
               }

            private:
               // When the user right-clicks, use the 
               // Compose HandoffBehavior when applying the animation.
               void border_mouseRightButtonDown (System::Object^ sender, System::Windows::Input::MouseButtonEventArgs^ e)
               {
                  // Find the point where the use clicked.
                  Point clickPoint = Mouse::GetPosition(containerBorder);

                  // Set the target point so the center of the ellipse
                  // ends up at the clicked point.
                  Point targetPoint = System::Windows::Point();
                  targetPoint.X = clickPoint.X - interactiveEllipse->Width / 2;
                  targetPoint.Y = clickPoint.Y - interactiveEllipse->Height / 2;

                  // Animate to the target point.
                  DoubleAnimation^ xAnimation = gcnew DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.X,
                     Duration(TimeSpan::FromSeconds(4)));
                  interactiveTranslateTransform->BeginAnimation(TranslateTransform::XProperty, xAnimation, HandoffBehavior::Compose);

                  DoubleAnimation^ yAnimation = gcnew DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.Y,
                     Duration(TimeSpan::FromSeconds(4)));

                  // Change the color of the ellipse.
                  interactiveTranslateTransform->BeginAnimation(TranslateTransform::YProperty, yAnimation, HandoffBehavior::Compose);
                  interactiveEllipse->Fill = Brushes::Orange;
               }
            };
         }
      }
   }
}
/*

   This sample animates the position of an ellipse when 
   the user clicks within the main border. If the user
   left-clicks, the SnapshotAndReplace HandoffBehavior
   is used when applying the animations. If the user
   right-clicks, the Compose HandoffBehavior is used
   instead.

*/

using System;
using System.Windows;
using System.Windows.Navigation;
using System.Windows.Media;
using System.Windows.Media.Animation;
using System.Windows.Shapes;
using System.Windows.Controls;
using System.Windows.Input;

namespace Microsoft.Samples.Animation.LocalAnimations
{

    // Create the demonstration.
    public class InteractiveAnimationExample : Page {

        private TranslateTransform interactiveTranslateTransform;   
        private Border containerBorder;
        private Ellipse interactiveEllipse;
        
        public InteractiveAnimationExample()
        {
        
            WindowTitle = "Interactive Animation Example";
            DockPanel myPanel = new DockPanel();
            myPanel.Margin = new Thickness(20.0);            
    
            containerBorder = new Border();
            containerBorder.Background = System.Windows.Media.Brushes.White;
            containerBorder.BorderBrush = System.Windows.Media.Brushes.Black;
            containerBorder.BorderThickness = new Thickness(2.0); 
            containerBorder.VerticalAlignment = VerticalAlignment.Stretch;
            
            interactiveEllipse = new Ellipse();
            interactiveEllipse.Fill = System.Windows.Media.Brushes.Lime;
            interactiveEllipse.Stroke = System.Windows.Media.Brushes.Black;
            interactiveEllipse.StrokeThickness = 2.0;
            interactiveEllipse.Width = 25;
            interactiveEllipse.Height = 25;
            interactiveEllipse.HorizontalAlignment = HorizontalAlignment.Left;
            interactiveEllipse.VerticalAlignment = VerticalAlignment.Top;
            
            interactiveTranslateTransform = new TranslateTransform();
            interactiveEllipse.RenderTransform = 
                interactiveTranslateTransform;
                
            containerBorder.MouseLeftButtonDown += 
                new MouseButtonEventHandler(border_mouseLeftButtonDown);
            containerBorder.MouseRightButtonDown += 
                new MouseButtonEventHandler(border_mouseRightButtonDown);                
            
            containerBorder.Child = interactiveEllipse;
            myPanel.Children.Add(containerBorder);
            this.Content = myPanel;
        }

        // When the user left-clicks, use the 
        // SnapshotAndReplace HandoffBehavior when applying the animation.        
        private void border_mouseLeftButtonDown(object sender, MouseButtonEventArgs e)
        {
        
            System.Windows.Point clickPoint = Mouse.GetPosition(containerBorder);
            
            // Set the target point so the center of the ellipse
            // ends up at the clicked point.
            System.Windows.Point targetPoint = new System.Windows.Point();
            targetPoint.X = clickPoint.X - interactiveEllipse.Width / 2;
            targetPoint.Y = clickPoint.Y - interactiveEllipse.Height / 2;  
            
            // Animate to the target point.
            DoubleAnimation xAnimation = 
                new DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.X, 
                new Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4)));
            interactiveTranslateTransform.BeginAnimation(
                TranslateTransform.XProperty, xAnimation, HandoffBehavior.SnapshotAndReplace);
                
            DoubleAnimation yAnimation = 
                new DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.Y, 
                new Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4))); 
            interactiveTranslateTransform.BeginAnimation(
                TranslateTransform.YProperty, yAnimation, HandoffBehavior.SnapshotAndReplace);                

            // Change the color of the ellipse.
            interactiveEllipse.Fill = System.Windows.Media.Brushes.Lime;
        }
        
        // When the user right-clicks, use the 
        // Compose HandoffBehavior when applying the animation.
        private void border_mouseRightButtonDown(object sender, MouseButtonEventArgs e)
        {
        
            // Find the point where the use clicked.
            System.Windows.Point clickPoint = Mouse.GetPosition(containerBorder);
            
            // Set the target point so the center of the ellipse
            // ends up at the clicked point.
            System.Windows.Point targetPoint = new System.Windows.Point();
            targetPoint.X = clickPoint.X - interactiveEllipse.Width / 2;
            targetPoint.Y = clickPoint.Y - interactiveEllipse.Height / 2;

            // Animate to the target point.
            DoubleAnimation xAnimation = 
                new DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.X, 
                new Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4)));
            interactiveTranslateTransform.BeginAnimation(
                TranslateTransform.XProperty, xAnimation, HandoffBehavior.Compose);
                
            DoubleAnimation yAnimation = 
                new DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.Y, 
                new Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4))); 
            interactiveTranslateTransform.BeginAnimation(
                TranslateTransform.YProperty, yAnimation, HandoffBehavior.Compose);   
                
            // Change the color of the ellipse.
            interactiveEllipse.Fill = System.Windows.Media.Brushes.Orange;
        }
    }
}
'
'
'   This sample animates the position of an ellipse when 
'   the user clicks within the main border. If the user
'   left-clicks, the SnapshotAndReplace HandoffBehavior
'   is used when applying the animations. If the user
'   right-clicks, the Compose HandoffBehavior is used
'   instead.
'
'

Imports System.Windows
Imports System.Windows.Navigation
Imports System.Windows.Media
Imports System.Windows.Media.Animation
Imports System.Windows.Shapes
Imports System.Windows.Controls
Imports System.Windows.Input

Namespace Microsoft.Samples.Animation.LocalAnimations


    ' Create the demonstration.
    Public Class InteractiveAnimationExample
        Inherits Page
        
        
        Private Dim interactiveTranslateTransform As TranslateTransform  
        Private Dim WithEvents containerBorder As Border 
        Private Dim interactiveEllipse As Ellipse
        
        Public Sub New()
        
            WindowTitle = "Interactive Animation Example"
            Dim myPanel As New DockPanel()
            myPanel.Margin = New Thickness(20.0)            
    
            containerBorder = new Border()
            containerBorder.Background = Brushes.White
            containerBorder.BorderBrush = Brushes.Black
            containerBorder.BorderThickness = new Thickness(2.0) 
            containerBorder.VerticalAlignment = VerticalAlignment.Stretch
            
            interactiveEllipse = new Ellipse()
            interactiveEllipse.Fill = Brushes.Lime
            interactiveEllipse.Stroke = Brushes.Black
            interactiveEllipse.StrokeThickness = 2.0
            interactiveEllipse.Width = 25
            interactiveEllipse.Height = 25
            interactiveEllipse.HorizontalAlignment = HorizontalAlignment.Left
            interactiveEllipse.VerticalAlignment = VerticalAlignment.Top
            
            interactiveTranslateTransform = new TranslateTransform()
            interactiveEllipse.RenderTransform = _
                interactiveTranslateTransform           
            
            containerBorder.Child = interactiveEllipse
            myPanel.Children.Add(containerBorder)
            Me.Content = myPanel
        End Sub
        

        ' When the user left-clicks, use the 
        ' SnapshotAndReplace HandoffBehavior when applying the animation.        
        Private Sub border_mouseLeftButtonDown( _
            ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As MouseButtonEventArgs) _
            Handles containerBorder.MouseLeftButtonDown
     
        
            Dim clickPoint = Mouse.GetPosition(containerBorder)
            
            ' Set the target point so the center of the ellipse
            ' ends up at the clicked point.
            Dim targetPoint As New System.Windows.Point()
            targetPoint.X = clickPoint.X - interactiveEllipse.Width / 2
            targetPoint.Y = clickPoint.Y - interactiveEllipse.Height / 2  
            
            ' Animate to the target point.
            Dim xAnimation As _ 
                New DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.X,  _
                New Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4)))
            interactiveTranslateTransform.BeginAnimation( _
                TranslateTransform.XProperty, xAnimation, HandoffBehavior.SnapshotAndReplace)
                
            Dim yAnimation As _ 
                New DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.Y, _
                New Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4)))
            interactiveTranslateTransform.BeginAnimation( _
                TranslateTransform.YProperty, yAnimation, HandoffBehavior.SnapshotAndReplace)                

            ' Change the color of the ellipse.
            interactiveEllipse.Fill = Brushes.Lime
                    
        End Sub
        
        ' When the user right-clicks, use the 
        ' Compose HandoffBehavior when applying the animation.
        Private Sub border_mouseRightButtonDown( _
            ByVal sender As Object, ByVal e As MouseButtonEventArgs) _
            Handles containerBorder.MouseRightButtonDown
        
        
            ' Find the point where the use clicked.
            Dim clickPoint = Mouse.GetPosition(containerBorder)
            
            ' Set the target point so the center of the ellipse
            ' ends up at the clicked point.
            Dim targetPoint As New System.Windows.Point()
            targetPoint.X = clickPoint.X - interactiveEllipse.Width / 2
            targetPoint.Y = clickPoint.Y - interactiveEllipse.Height / 2
            
            ' Animate to the target point.
            Dim xAnimation As _
                New DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.X, _
                New Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4)))
            interactiveTranslateTransform.BeginAnimation( _
                TranslateTransform.XProperty, xAnimation, HandoffBehavior.Compose)
                
            Dim yAnimation As _ 
                New DoubleAnimation(targetPoint.Y, _
                New Duration(TimeSpan.FromSeconds(4))) 
            interactiveTranslateTransform.BeginAnimation( _
                TranslateTransform.YProperty, yAnimation, HandoffBehavior.Compose)   
                
            ' Change the color of the ellipse.
            interactiveEllipse.Fill = Brushes.Orange
            
                    
        End Sub
        
    End Class
 
End Namespace

Commenti

Se l'animazione ha un BeginTime valore maggiore di zero, l'animazione inizia dopo tale intervallo di tempo trascorso dal momento in cui viene eseguito il rendering del frame successivo.

Uso di Compose HandoffBehavior

Quando si applica una proprietà , o a una Storyboardproprietà usando , Compose HandoffBehaviortutti gli Clock oggetti associati in precedenza a tale proprietà continuano a utilizzare le risorse di sistema. Il sistema di temporizzazione non rimuoverà automaticamente questi orologi.AnimationClock AnimationTimeline

Per evitare problemi di prestazioni quando si applica un numero elevato di orologi usando Compose, è necessario rimuovere i orologi di composizione dalla proprietà animata dopo il completamento. Esistono diverse modalità di rimozione di un orologio.

Si tratta principalmente di un problema relativo alle animazioni su oggetti di lunga durata. Quando un oggetto viene raccolto nel Garbage Collector, anche gli orologi vengono disconnessi e raccolti nel Garbage Collector stesso.

Per altre informazioni sugli oggetti orologio, vedere Panoramica del sistema di animazione e temporizzazione.

Si applica a