Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Re: GWT Support for Touch Event


Earlier you said "Touch devices usually emulate classic click / mouse move events as well". I have seen the mouse event handlers handling TouchStart consistently, as you said. But the same is not true for TouchMove. I have code that has been working as expected in handling mouse events. But the same set of code work only for the TouchStart.

event.preventDefault() & event.stopPropagation() didn't make any difference.

I see the value in creating a sample project to isolate the error. Thanks for your suggestion, we will work on that.


On Sunday, September 8, 2019 at 12:21:44 PM UTC-4, Jens wrote:

So you are saying the browser fires a touchend event but the GWT event handler isn't called as a result?

or touchmove

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