This is a sample application that shows how to create a touch capable Windows* 8 store style application. It uses the new Windows 8 store style application APIs for handling touch input on a specific object. The application is written in C++ and draws a basic rectangle on the display. It shows how to handle various touch gestures that are applied to the rectangle and how to process their data and modify the rectangle with this data. This basic application should be helpful to developers who are looking for an example of how to effectively use the Windows 8 store style C++ touch API to handle touch events in a Windows 8 store style application.
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Gideon is a Software Applications Engineer with Intel's Software and Solutions Group. Gideon has spent 5 years developing display controller components of Windows, Linux, and Android graphics drivers. For the last year, he has worked on Windows 8 and Android applications for Intel’s tablet and phone platforms.
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