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Links 1 through 4 of 4 by Atif Aziz tagged animation

“The browser can optimize concurrent animations together into a single reflow and repaint cycle, leading to higher fidelity animation. For example, JS-based animations synchronized with CSS transitions or SVG SMIL. Plus, if you're running the animation loop in a tab that's not visible, the browser won't keep it running, which means less CPU, GPU, and memory usage, leading to much longer battery life. OMG I can brag about having a site with battery-friendly animations? Yeah bro. Totes McGoats.”

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GIF animation of blue ball machine. Follow one ball and see where it leads.

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Bling is a C#-based library for easily programming images, animations, interactions, and visualizations on Microsoft's WPF/.NET. Bling is oriented towards design technologists, i.e., designers who sometimes program, to aid in the rapid prototyping of rich UI design ideas. Students, artists, researchers, and hobbyists will also find Bling useful as a tool for quickly expressing ideas or visualizations. Bling's APIs and constructs are optimized for the fast programming of throw away code as opposed to the careful programming of production code.

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WPF animations by default try to serve a 60 frames per second, which can spike CPU usage. The frame rate per second can be adjusted via the property meta data of the Timeline.DesiredFrameRateProperty dependency property.

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