Specifies animation options for the dxChart widget.
To make your chart "live", enable animation for it. To do this, set the enabled property of the animation object to true. In this instance, the chart's series will appear in motion from the value axis' minimum point. The animation object provides more properties to set up chart animation. Refer to their description for details.
Determines how long the animation runs.
When animation is enabled for a chart, set the required duration. To do this, set the duration property to a numeric value in milliseconds. The higher the value, the slower the animation.
Specifies the animation easing function.
The animation easing function specifies the speed at which the animation progresses at different points within the animation. The following values are available:
The animation progresses according to the Ease-out cubic interpolation function - fast at the beginning and slow at the end of the animation process.
The animation progresses at a constant pace.
Indicates whether or not to enable animation for the dxChart widget.
An animated chart appears in motion from the value axis' minimum point when the parent page refreshes.
Specifies the maximum series point count in the chart that the animation supports.
When there is a very large number of series points, animation reduces the chart's performance. So, it is better to set an optimal number for the chart, to disable animation when the point count exceeds this number. To set this number, use the animation's maxPointCountSupported property.