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.
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Reactive applications are a new class of applications that are becoming more and more prevalent in both Consumer and Enterprise-facing environments. Reactive applications are fundamentally different to the traditional web-based or mobile applications seen today and are distinguished by having one or more of the following defining traits: Event-Driven: Enables parallel, asynchronous processing of messages or events with ease. Structure and Interpretation of Computer Programs. Educators, generals, dieticians, psychologists, and parents program.
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Scala - Tools - [scala-tools] Scala tool for formatting the source code. 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!