Class KeyValue


public final class KeyValue
extends Object
Defines a key value to be interpolated for a particular interval along the animation. A KeyFrame, which defines a specific point on a timeline, can hold multiple KeyValues. KeyValue is an immutable class.

A KeyValue is defined by a target, which is an implementation of WritableValue, an end value and an Interpolator.

Most interpolators define the interpolation between two KeyFrames. (The only exception are tangent-interpolators.) The KeyValue of the second KeyFrame (in forward direction) specifies the interpolator to be used in the interval.

Tangent-interpolators define the interpolation to the left and to the right of a KeyFrame (see Interpolator.TANGENT).

By default, Interpolator.LINEAR is used in the interval.

JavaFX 2.0
See Also:
Timeline, KeyFrame, Interpolator
  • Constructor Details

  • Method Details

    • getTarget

      public WritableValue<?> getTarget()
      Returns the target of this KeyValue
      the target
    • getEndValue

      public Object getEndValue()
      Returns the end value of this KeyValue
      the end value
    • getInterpolator

      public Interpolator getInterpolator()
      Interpolator to be used for calculating the key value along the particular interval. By default, Interpolator.LINEAR is used.
      the interpolator to be used for calculating the key value along the particular interval
    • toString

      public String toString()
      Returns a string representation of this KeyValue object.
      toString in class Object
      the string representation
    • hashCode

      public int hashCode()
      Returns a hash code for this KeyValue object.
      hashCode in class Object
      the hash code
    • equals

      public boolean equals​(Object obj)
      Indicates whether some other object is "equal to" this one. Two KeyValues are considered equal, if their target, endValue, and interpolator are equal.
      equals in class Object