The sample demonstrates how to display a series of photos just like a digital picture frame with a "Wipe" effect.
Press F5 to run this application, you will see that the window displays a series of photos just like a digital picture frame with a "Wipe" effect.
1. Add two Image controls named myImage1 and myImage2 on a Window. The myImage1 lies on top of the myImage2.
2. Set the OpacityMask of the myImage1 to a LinearGradientBrush. Add two GradientStop in the LinearGradientBrush.
3. Add two Storyboards in the resource dictionary of the Window. One storyboard is named VisibleToInvisible. It animates the two GradientStop above to hide themyImage1. The other storyboard is named InvisibleToVisible. It animates thetwo GradientStop to show the myImage1.
4. Create a collection of type List<BitmapImage> and add images to be shown in the collection when the Window is loaded.
5. Subscribe the Completed event of the two storyboards.
6. In the Completed event handler of the VisibleToInvisible storyboard, changethe Source of the myImage1 to the next image to be shown. Get the InvisibleToVisible storyboard from the resource dictionary and start it.
7. In the Completed event handler of the InvisibleToVisible storyboard, changethe Source of the myImage2 to the next image to be shown. Get the VisibleToInVisible storyboard from the resource dictionary and start it.