Windows Touch Deep Dive


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Windows provides applications a default experience for gestures and touch interaction. Applications that want to go beyond that basic experience have a powerful platform to build on top of. This session is targeted at developers interested in building touch-optimized experiences. We look closely at some of the more powerful portions of the Touch platform, like manipulation and inertia processors, as well as cover real-world problems that developers have encountered and overcome. Come help build the next generation of user experiences!

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