Responding to user interaction in Windows Store Apps is very easy. Reacting, filtering and responding to user interaction. Since Windows Store Apps are touch first the mouse events we are used to have been replaced by lower level gestures that more or less correspond to the traditional mouse input events. These are called the Pointer events and they work just as well with mouse, touch or pen/stylus. But how do you know what was used?
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