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By MattRosoff
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Submitted: Aug 20 2014 / 12:48

Google's reversal on Pointer Events means more work for web developers, as it forces them to write multiple versions of the same code. They'll need to support Pointer Events, and whatever Google adds to Touch Events to support different input messages, and maybe Android's Motion Events if they aren't the same as Blink's version. The future doesn't only look like touch — unless you're Google and all you see is Android. It would be nice if the web was ready for that future, and Google isn't helping.
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