Multi-touch in WPF 4 – Part 2

Raw Touch Events Touch events are the equivalent of mouse events for multi-touch input. In WPF4, we’ve added touch events to UIElement, UIElement3D and ContentElements. Multi-touch events follow the same patterns as mouse events, with TouchDown, TouchMove and TouchUp, the Preview variants and TouchEnter and TouchLeave. Multi-touch events in WPF are hit-tested and routed through…

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Multi-touch in WPF 4 – Part 1

During PDC 09, I co-presented a multi-touch session with Robert Levy from Surface.  (BTW, You have got to see the monster demo that Robert gave on the Surface unit.) We made a couple of significant announcements for WPF multi-touch developers. First, in post beta 2 builds of WPF, we will have built-in touch panning support…

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