You can read the Using Animations walkthrough for more details about creating these generic animation declarations, as well as other ways to use the animation framework.
The framework provides a lot of useful animations to handle movement, resizing, fading, etc.
This class defines client events that you can use during an asynchronous request cycle.
Let us see how to use some events of this class to display progress to the user while the Update Panel updates its contents.
The technique of hiding and showing the image also remains the same as we had discussed in Method 1.
The entire source code and mark up is as shown below: Well those were the three different methods of displaying progress to the user while the Update Panel updates its contents.
You can use this control to display status information to the user, while the Update Panel updates its content.
In the example below, we use the same to display progress while the Update Panel is updating its content.
The animations to be played are declaratively specified using XML.
A common way to use these collections is to HTML-encode the values supplied by the user before they are stored in the data source.
I have a 2 level gridview and updatepanel for each gridview. I am not sure where to add it and how to set it up.
I have added a Update Panel Animation Extender control at the end. I want to see the image at the center of each child grid if user do sort/paging.
fyi, I have codebehind for rowdatabound and rowcommand.