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 ...

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