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EntranceThemeTransition is equivalent to a NavigationThemeTransition with the default parameters, but may be used outside of a Frame. When active, the animations show the user that the list can be rearranged around a dropped item.
There are cases where you might wish to create a custom animation in XAML. There are several distinct types of animations. Since almost all apps use some kind of navigation, page transition animations are the most common type of theme animation used by apps.
See Visual Layer for more information. This topic provides a summary of the animations and examples of typical scenarios where each is used.
Animates one piece or set of content into or out of view. Gives visual feedback during a drag-and-drop operation.
Animations from the Windows Runtime animation library provide these benefits: Contributors In this article UWP animations can enhance your app by adding movement and interactivity. Visual transitions are applied when a control transitions from one of its defined visual states to another state.
Note that these animations are included in the default ListView and GridView templates so you do not need to manually add these animations if you are already using these controls. Animations from the Windows Runtime animation library provide these benefits: Contributors In this article UWP animations can enhance your app by adding movement and interactivity.
Using animations with custom controls The following table summarizes our recommendations for which animation you should use when you create a custom version of these Windows Runtime controls: Storyboards can be defined as part of a visual transition, or triggered at runtime by the application.
For example, moving the headers in an items control uses the reposition animation. This is for large edge-based UI such as a custom keyboard or a task pane. The animation library does not provide animations for every possible scenario.