Detail of Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam
Your customers love mobile devices and apps. And they love the way of interacting with them, using touch.
Touch is a very natural input method and multi-touch allows intuitive gestures such as pinch-to-zoom. As mobile or web developers, we also love apps and touch interaction. But, face it, we are also quite lazy. We want to run code written once to execute on several browsers and platforms resulting in one and the same behavior. Unfortunately, there are two competing methods that allow interacting with websites using touch input: