BurstTransactions are designed to continuously apply high rates of updates on properties (FIFO ordering). The only operation supported by BurstTransactions is to update properties of an instance.
Unlike classical Transactions, a burst transaction preserves the order of update operations and is designed to handle many updates per second for smooth shared animations.
Example of use: A marker representing a red dot on the screen which coordinate properties are controlled by motion sensors of an IoT device should use BurstTransaction instead of a bunch of continuous classical Transaction to have fluid movements on the screen.
Commit and close the burst transaction
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