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4: Animating Silverlight
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An Ellipse object is used to draw circles and round objects in Silverlight The circular characteristics of an ellipse are defined by specifying the height and width of the ellipse The markup snippet shown next renders an oval Ellipse object with a blue gradient fill and a stroke of 5:
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<Ellipse Width="226" Height="124" Stroke="Black" StrokeThickness="5" CanvasLeft="8" CanvasTop="8"> <EllipseFill> <LinearGradientBrush EndPoint="1,05" StartPoint="0,05"> <GradientStop Color="#FFD9EAF0" Offset="0"/> <GradientStop Color="#FF126D8E" Offset="1"/> </LinearGradientBrush> </EllipseFill> </Ellipse>
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The ellipse rendered by this XAML is shown in Figure 4-2
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When you re drawing an ellipse in Expression Blend, if you want the ellipse to be rendered as a perfect circle, hold down the SHIFT key as you draw it
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The Rectangle class is used to draw rectangles in Silverlight The following markup snippet illustrates drawing two rectangles a larger blue rectangle in the background and a smaller orange rectangle on top:
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<Rectangle Width="240" Height="120" Stroke="#FF000000"
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Microsoft Silverlight 3: A Beginner s Guide
Figure 4-2
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CanvasLeft="40" CanvasTop="40"> <RectangleFill> <LinearGradientBrush EndPoint="1,05" StartPoint="0,05"> <GradientStop Color="#FF000000" Offset="0"/> <GradientStop Color="#FF6867D2" Offset="1"/> </LinearGradientBrush> </RectangleFill> </Rectangle> <Rectangle Width="72" Height="72" Stroke="#FFF28C12"
4: Animating Silverlight
CanvasLeft="200" CanvasTop="80"> <RectangleFill> <LinearGradientBrush EndPoint="1,05" StartPoint="0,05"> <GradientStop Color="#FFF28C12" Offset="0"/> <GradientStop Color="#FFFFFFFF" Offset="1"/> </LinearGradientBrush> </RectangleFill> </Rectangle>
The rectangles generated from this XAML are shown in Figure 4-3
When you re drawing a rectangle in Expression Blend, if you want the rectangle to be rendered as a perfect square, hold down the SHIFT key while drawing it
Figure 4-3
Rectangles in Silverlight
Microsoft Silverlight 3: A Beginner s Guide
Paths and Geometries
The Path object also derives from the Shape object; however, the Path object has no defined shape Instead, a Path object accepts an indirect or abstract definition of a shape to define how the path is rendered The Geometry class is used to define how a shape is rendered There is only one Path class but many types of Geometry classes The Geometry class itself is an abstract class that cannot be directly instantiated, but one of its child classes must be instantiated The Path class can be used to define simple shapes such as lines, ellipses, and rectangles in the same manner as the Line, Ellipse, and Rectangle classes; however, the PathGeometry class is used to create more complex shapes Creating a path can be rather tricky by hand-coding the path coordinates directly in XAML When using a design tool such as Blend, you can create a path as a combination of simpler elements or freehand by using a pen/pencil tool The following markup snippet shows several path elements rendered in Blend when a sketchy little stick man was quickly drawn with the pencil tool
<Path Height="65285" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin= "913889999389648,118640003204346,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="82611" Data="M173,39 C14205241,26256876 13600845, 71175995 103,36 C10025935,38398071 97748062,41251938 95,44 C90541801,48458199 90216232,49852882 94,57 C962285,61209385 99469162,65407486 101,70 C10317303,76519089 10284608,76 112,76 C1301981,76 13842952,77647919 155,70 C15983434,67768768 16534642,66307159 168,61 C17094823,55103531 17000436,48912659 164,44 C15233842,34458714 16087141,26 142,26 C13665819,26 13172868,26026575 127,24 C11991907,20965315 118,22116327 118,12 C11666666,12 11529767,11693663 114,12 C11327458,12171247 11264546,13372733 112,13" Fill="#FFFFFFFF" Stretch="Fill" Stroke="#FF000000"/> <Path Height="10" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="124,8,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="7" Data="M119,23 C121,20 123,17 125,14" Fill="#FFFFFFFF" Stretch="Fill" Stroke="#FF000000"/> <Path Height="6" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="145,37,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="1" Data="M145,37 C145,38 145,39 145,40 C145,40666668 145,41333332 145,42" Fill="#FFFFFFFF" Stretch="Fill" Stroke="#FF000000"/> <Path Height="8" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="120,38,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="2" Data="M120,38 C12055189,40759438 12078797,42243656 121,45" Fill="#FFFFFFFF" Stretch="Fill" Stroke="#FF000000"/> <Path Height="7278" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="106,62,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="55" Data="M106,63 C11478552,64730484 12333023,67 132,67 C14279189,67 14971115,71349182 160,64
4: Animating Silverlight
C15933333,63333332 15866667,62666668 158,62" Fill="#FFFFFFFF" Stretch="Fill" Stroke="#FF000000"/> <Path HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="80,77,0,110" Width="51136" Data="M130,77 C1298295,81262527 12865659,89313187 130,92 C12933333,92333336 12866667,92666664 128,93 C12833333,93333336 12866667,93666664 129,94 C11924112,10863832 130,12469832 130,143 C130,15248851 13207855,16596727 120,171 C10610215,17679077 92163834,18192285 80,189" Fill="#FFFFFFFF" Stretch="Fill" Stroke="#FF000000"/> <Path Height="34" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="127,0,0,100" VerticalAlignment="Bottom" Width="28" Data="M127,166 C13852354, 17700563 14648206,18511092 154,199" Fill="#FFFFFFFF" Stretch="Fill" Stroke="#FF000000"/> <Path Height="7" HorizontalAlignment="Left" Margin="92,109,0,0" VerticalAlignment="Top" Width="71" Data="M92,109 C11464909,10959603 13818405,115 160,115 C16024759,11438101 15964951,1135671 160,113 C16039186,11236596 16126834,11214227 162,112" Fill="#FFFFFFFF" Stretch="Fill" Stroke="#FF000000"/>
The result of the preceding XAML is shown in Figure 4-4
Figure 4-4
A series of paths in Silverlight
Microsoft Silverlight 3: A Beginner s Guide
Ask the Expert
Q: A:
The Path markup language is complex and confusing How can I easily create a path The easiest way to create paths and geometries in Silverlight is to use Expression Blend Blend includes tools such as the pencil tool that you can use to easily create paths Using the pencil tool, you can create whatever shape or drawing you desire and Blend will render the correct Path markup language Furthermore, if you need to create more advanced graphics for your application and would like them rendered as XAML, check out Expression Design Design is a tool in the Expression suite use to create professional graphics
Several types of geometries can be utilized with a path, including LineGeometry, RectangleGeometry, EllipseGeometry, and PathGeometry The PathGeometry can compile complex shapes from multiple path segments Path segments include arcs, Beziers, lines, and variations of each The preceding use of PathGeometry is in shorthand form The Path object includes a Data attribute that accepts multiple coordinates to define points along the path Upon a closer look, you will notice that the Data attribute value also contains characters such as M and C The Data attribute value is actually a mini markup language, and the characters are very meaningful as well as case-sensitive For instance, an uppercase M signifies a move command and the coordinates that follow indicate the movement of the path For more information on the XAML Path markup language, visit the MSDN article Path Markup Syntax, located at http://msdnmicrosoftcom/en-us/library/ms752293aspx
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