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Recommendation for where to post Pointer Events primer

From: Rob Dolin (MS OPEN TECH) <robdolin@microsoft.com>
Date: Thu, 14 Feb 2013 23:41:55 +0000
To: "public-webplatform@w3.org" <public-webplatform@w3.org>
CC: "Doug Schepers (schepers@w3.org)" <schepers@w3.org>
Message-ID: <d3dfbb3481b84498a2e11e6274930fc3@BN1PR03MB008.namprd03.prod.outlook.com>
Hi all,
    My name is Rob Dolin and this is my first post to the list.  I've been drafting a "Primer" doc for Pointer Events [1] and Doug (CC'd) suggested I pose this question to the mailing list:

    I was looking at the New Page Form [2] and I'm wondering if I should post the Pointer Events Primer as a "Guide" or as a "Tutorial."  (Below is an outline of the content I'm in the process of writing.)

    Thanks very much-
--Rob

[1] http://www.w3.org/2012/pointerevents/
[2] http://docs.webplatform.org/wiki/WPD:New_Page

Pointer Events Primer (Outline)

1              Goals

2              Why Pointer Events

                2.1          Unified model for Multiple input types

                2.2          Ability to Identify Different Input Types

                2.3          Additional Methods and Attributes

3              Basic Pointer Events

                3.1          Down and Up (with example)

                3.2          Move (with example)

                3.3          Over and Out (with example)

                3.4          Enter and Leave (with example)

                3.5          Cancel

                3.6          Comparison of Mouse Events and Pointer Events

4              Pointer Event Attributes

                4.1          PointerType

                4.2          PointerId

                4.3          IsPrimary

                4.4          Contact Geometry Width and Heigh

                4.5          Pressur

                4.6          Pen TiltX and TiltY

5              Multiple Pointers At Once / Multi-Touch (with example)

6              Detecting Which Button(s) Are Pressed

7              Try Pointer Events Today with Early Implementations

                7.1          WebKit with Pointer Events Patch

                7.2          Internet Explorer 10

8              Further Reading

9              Appendix A: Designing for Touch

10           Appendix B: Pointer Capture

                10.1        Slider Control Example

                10.2        SetPointerCapture method and GotPointerCapture event

                10.3        ReleasePointerCapture method and LostPointerCapture event



Rob Dolin
Senior Program Manager and Technical Diplomat
Microsoft Open Technologies, Inc.
A subsidiary of Microsoft Corporation
Received on Friday, 15 February 2013 09:58:51 UTC

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