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Building Multi-Touch Applications

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November 13, 2010 10:45 AM

101 Roosevelt Ave. Eau Claire, WI 54702 USA

101 Roosevelt Ave. Eau Claire, WI 54702 USA

We've come a long way since the DOS command prompts when they were the most popular way to interact with your computer... Once the mouse went mainstream in the 1980s, we started interacting with our computers in a whole new way. I believe that multi-touch is the next big step in our user experience with machines. Microsoft has given us development tools and libraries to build engaging user experiences for our applications. Manufacturers are shipping devices with multi-touch features built-in. For my presentation, I'm going to talk about the touch interfaces on Windows platforms including Windows 7, Windows Phone, Zune HD, and .NET Micro Framework. I'll show you how to write code to access the touch events in your .NET applications.

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