Sliding Panel in WPF

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8 Responses

  1. Armando Flores says:

    thanks a lot bro! The easy way that I found in the web (Y)

  2. Wonarts says:

    Thanks for sharing idea about the wpf desing.

  3. John says:

    Thanks! Very useful and easy to implement.

  4. Aiden says:

    This is almost exactly what I was looking for. Now I just need to figure out how to tie this in with a swipe up instead of a button press.

  5. Haldyr says:

    Awesome !

    Thanks !

  6. Reddi says:

    Thanks Sir, its really help full , this is what I want.

  7. mmizzle9 says:

    You don’t need any code behind if you set Storyboard.TargetName=”(Panel Name)” on the ThicknessAnimation!

  8. Vijay says:

    Thanks for the code. but one problem is there. when i opeb sliding panel it works fine. when i am trying to close this animation before closing just i moved cursor to closing this panel. it is stoping from there. kindly let me know

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