Chapter 11. Touch
In This Chapter
• Using mouse events for tap and double tap gestures
• Understanding how touch events are promoted to mouse events
• Registering for touch notifications using the Touch.FrameReported event
• Using manipulation events to consolidate touch input from multiple fingers
• Using a RenderTransform to move, resize, and rotate a UIElement via touch
• Animating an element in response to a flick gesture
• Best practices when designing touch friendly interfaces
Windows Phone devices come equipped with capacitive touch screens that offer a smooth, accurate, multitouch enabled experience. By adding touch and gesture support to your apps, you can greatly enhance user experience.
You can handle touch input in your Silverlight ...