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There are quite a few sites that describe the touch and gesture events that can be used in the mobile version of WebKit running on iPhone and iPod Touch. There is, however, not so much info with regards to Android. I've placed a few links at the bottom of this article that contain information used to compile this brief explanation. Touch events are a bit like mouse events, but there are some very important differences when it comes to touch vs. mouse: A touch is very hard to keep steady whilst a mouse can stay at a fixed position - this means that we go from a touchStart event directly to a touchMove event.
Image via Wikipedia A popular saying goes that Programmers are machines that turn caffeine into code . And sure enough, ask a random programmer when they do their best work and there’s a high chance they will admit to a lot of late nights.
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On 19/02/2011 10:22, Matt Russell wrote: > Each to their own, of course Sure, it is better to have a tool and not use it... than not have the tool when we need it! ;-) > but I wrote Scalariform because I find > coding without a formatter to be a pretty harsh experience: