Manipulation events consolidate the touch activities of one or two fingers. Manipulation events combine individual touch point information, provided by the
Touch.FrameReported event, and interpret them into a higher-level API with velocity, scaling, and translation information.
Moreover, unlike the
Touch.FrameReported event, which provides touch notifications for your entire interface, a manipulation event is specific to the
UIElement to which it is associated.
The manipulation events comprise three
UIElement events, which are described in the following list:
ManipulationStarted—Raised when the user touches the