Calendar for ASP.NET Web Forms
Transition Effects
Behavior > Transition Effects

You can enhance your calendar's appeal by adding transition effects between the sliding or fading animated states to create a seamless flow between these states. C1Calendar includes thirty-two transition effects that enable you to make the transitions for the sliding animations more visually compelling. Instead of the calendar sliding in to the left or to the right while navigating calendar months, the calendar could bounce in as it slides in and bounce out as it slides out. By default the Easing property is set to EaseLinear and when you switch calendar months each calendar appears with a smooth linear transition effect.

The following transitions effects are available for you to animate the transition between states so it looks smooth to help keep the user oriented while you are navigating calendar months:

Transition Name Transition Description
EaseInBack Back easing in. Begins slowly and then accelerates.
EaseInBounce Bouncing easing in. Begins slowly and then accelerates. The number of bounces is related to the duration: longer durations produce more bounces.
EaseInCirc Circular easing in. Begins slowly and then accelerates.
EaseInCubic Cubic easing in. Begins at zero velocity and then accelerates.
EaseInElastic Elastic easing in. Begins slowly and then accelerates.
EaseInExpo Exponential easing in. Begins slowly and then accelerates.
EaseInOutBack Back easing in and out. Begins slowly, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates.
EaseInOutBounce Bouncing easing in and out. Begins slowly, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates.
EaseInOutCirc Circular easing in and out. Begins slowly, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates.
EaseInOutCubic Cubic easing in and out. Begins at zero velocity, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates to zero velocity again.
EaseInOutElastic Elastic easing in and out. Begins slowly, accelerates halfway, and then decelerates.
EaseinOutExpo Exponential easing in and out. Begins slowly, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates.
EaseInOutQuad Quadratic easing in and out. Begins slowly, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates to zero velocity again.
EaseInOutQuart Quartic easing in and out. Begins at zero velocity, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates to zero velocity again.
EaseInOutQuint Quintic easing in and out. Begins at zero speed, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates to zero.
EaseInOutSine Sinusoidal easing in and out. Begins slowly, accelerates until halfway, and then decelerates.
EaseInQuad Quadratic easing in. Begins at zero velocity then slowly accelerates.
EaseInQuart Quartic easing in. Begins slowly and then accelerates.
EaseInQuint Quintic easing in. Begins at zero speed then accelerates.
EaseInSine Sinusoidal easing in. Begins slowly and then accelerates.
EaseOutBack Back easing out. Begins quickly and then decelerates.
EaseOutBounce Bouncing easing out. Begins quickly and then decelerates. The number of bounces is related to the duration: longer durations produce more bounces.
EaseOutCirc Circular easing out. Begins quickly and then decelerates.
EaseOutCubic Cubic easing in and out. Begins at full velocity and then decelerates to zero.
EaseOutElastic Quintic easing out. Begins at full velocity and then decelerates to zero.
EaseOutExpo Exponential easing out. Begins quickly and then decelerates.
EaseOutQuad Quadratic easing out. Begins at full velocity then decelerates to zero.
EaseOutQuart Quartic easing out. Begins quickly and then decelerates.
EastOutQuint Quintic easing out. Begins at full velocity and then decelerates to zero.
EaseOutSine Quartic easing in. Begins slowly and then accelerates.
Linear Linear easing. Moves smoothly from start to end without acceleration or deceleration.
Swing Moves smoothly from start to end without acceleration or deceleration.
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