Objective 4.3: Manage input devices

Windows Store apps are installed and used on a variety of devices. Windows 8 and Windows RT support a number of input modes such as touch, mouse, keyboard, and stylus. A large portion of the user experience in Windows 8 and Windows RT is delivered through Windows Store apps. Therefore, apps should interact with users consistently with all the available input modes.

Windows abstracts low-level events raised when users start their interaction with a Windows Store app via touch. The gesture recognizer raises additional events when it recognizes standard gestures and complex manipulation events. The default behavior of these events can be overridden, and you can add new events to the gesture recognizer based on the ...

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