Applying transforms to elements in XAML is fairly straight forward, for example the following will rotate some text:
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Obviously this is fine for static rotation values, and animations using a Storyboard, however what if you want to specify the rotation in C#? Or perhaps a Scale Transform in C#?
This simple example allows you to specify Rotation and Scale values and the image is rotated to reflect the current settings.
Here we have 3 textboxes that allow you to specify the Rotation angle and the Scale X/Y values.
obviously you will need to the alter the image source in the XAML above.
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