API Documentation for: 0.7.1
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Touch Class

Defined in: Touch:40
Module: EaselJS

Global utility for working with multi-touch enabled devices in EaselJS. Currently supports W3C Touch API (iOS and modern Android browser) and the Pointer API (IE), including ms-prefixed events in IE10, and unprefixed in IE11.

Ensure that you disable touch when cleaning up your application. You do not have to check if touch is supported to enable it, as it will fail gracefully if it is not supported.

Example

 var stage = new createjs.Stage("canvasId");
 createjs.Touch.enable(stage);

Note: It is important to disable Touch on a stage that you are no longer using:

 createjs.Touch.disable(stage);

Item Index

Methods

_handleEnd

(
  • stage
  • id
  • e
)
protected

Defined in _handleEnd:291

Parameters:

_handleMove

(
  • stage
  • id
  • e
  • x
  • y
)
protected

Defined in _handleMove:277

Parameters:

_handleStart

(
  • stage
  • id
  • e
  • x
  • y
)
protected

Defined in _handleStart:258

Parameters:

_IE_disable

(
  • stage
)
protected static

Defined in _IE_disable:202

Parameters:

_IE_enable

(
  • stage
)
protected static

Defined in _IE_enable:175

Parameters:

_IE_handleEvent

(
  • stage
  • e
)
protected static

Defined in _IE_handleEvent:228

Parameters:

_IOS_disable

(
  • stage
)
protected static

Defined in _IOS_disable:132

Parameters:

_IOS_enable

(
  • stage
)
protected static

Defined in _IOS_enable:117

Parameters:

_IOS_handleEvent

(
  • stage
  • e
)
protected static

Parameters:

disable

(
  • stage
)
static

Defined in disable:103

Removes all listeners that were set up when calling Touch.enable() on a stage.

Parameters:

enable

(
  • stage
  • [singleTouch=false]
  • [allowDefault=false]
)
Boolean static

Defined in enable:76

Enables touch interaction for the specified EaselJS Stage. Currently supports iOS (and compatible browsers, such as modern Android browsers), and IE10/11. Supports both single touch and multi-touch modes. Extends the EaselJS MouseEvent model, but without support for double click or over/out events. See the MouseEvent MouseEvent/pointerId:property for more information.

Parameters:

  • stage Stage

    The Stage to enable touch on.

  • [singleTouch=false] Boolean optional

    If true, only a single touch will be active at a time.

  • [allowDefault=false] Boolean optional

    If true, then default gesture actions (ex. scrolling, zooming) will be allowed when the user is interacting with the target canvas.

Returns:

Boolean:

Returns true if touch was successfully enabled on the target stage.

isSupported

() Boolean static

Defined in isSupported:64

Returns true if touch is supported in the current browser.

Returns:

Boolean:

Indicates whether touch is supported in the current browser.