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Avatar BillHenn on 2010-06-05

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Shows how to use lambdas and higher-order functions for WPF graphics work.
"It’s fairly easy to create and animate a graphical primitive, say by moving it from point A to point B at constant speed. But what if you need to position several graphical objects in a particular arrangement and then animate them in a non-linear fashion? Neither Silverlight nor WPF has built-in functions for this. In this article, I’ll demonstrate ways in which one can create objects and animations dynamically using lambda-delegates and higher-order functions."
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