Uses of Interface
com.sencha.gxt.fx.client.easing.EasingFunction

Packages that use EasingFunction
com.sencha.gxt.fx.client.animation   
com.sencha.gxt.fx.client.easing   
 

Uses of EasingFunction in com.sencha.gxt.fx.client.animation
 

Methods in com.sencha.gxt.fx.client.animation that return EasingFunction
 EasingFunction Animator.getEasing()
          Returns the EasingFunction used in this animation.
 

Methods in com.sencha.gxt.fx.client.animation with parameters of type EasingFunction
 void Animator.run(int duration, double startTime, EasingFunction easing)
          Calls Animation.run(int, double) and sets the EasingFunction to be used in the animation.
 void Animator.run(int duration, EasingFunction easing)
          Calls Animation.run(int) and sets the EasingFunction to be used in the animation.
 void Animator.setEasing(EasingFunction easing)
          Sets the EasingFunction that the animation will use.
 

Uses of EasingFunction in com.sencha.gxt.fx.client.easing
 

Classes in com.sencha.gxt.fx.client.easing that implement EasingFunction
 class BackIn
          EasingFunction that at first moves back from the origin.
 class BackOut
          EasingFunction that moves past the destination before reaching it.
 class Bounce
          EasingFunction to simulate a bounce.
 class BounceIn
          EasingFunction that produces a Bounce at the start of the animation.
 class BounceOut
          EasingFunction that produces a Bounce at the end of the animation.
 class Default
          The default EasingFunction for animation.
 class EaseIn
          EasingFunction that produces an easing at the start of the animation.
 class EaseOut
          EasingFunction that produces an easing at the end of the animation.
 class Elastic
          EasingFunction to simulate elastic.
 class ElasticIn
          EasingFunction that produces an Elastic at the start of the animation.
 class ElasticOut
          EasingFunction that produces an Elastic at the end of the animation.
 class Linear
          A one to one EasingFunction.
 



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