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By mswatcher
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Submitted: Mar 04 2013 / 11:58

I often get questions from developers like, “with so many touch-enabled devices on phones and tablets, where do I start?” and “what is the easiest way to build for touch-input?” Short answer: “It’s complex.” Surely there’s a more unified way to handle multi-touch input on the web – in modern, touch-enabled browsers or as a fallback for older browsers. In this article, I’d like to show you some browser experiments using MSPointers – an emerging multi-touch technology and polyfills that make cross-browser support, well … less complex. The kind of code you can also experiment with and easily use on your own site.
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