Windows (UWP) apps use animations to enhance the user interface or to make it more attractive without annoying your users. One way you can do this is to apply animated transitions to UI so that when something enters or leaves the screen or otherwise changes, the animation draws the attention of the user to the change. As you can read in the documentation (Animation overview) you can use the reposition animations (RepositionThemeTransition) to move an element into a new position. For example changing the position (Row/Column) of an item in a Grid.
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