One of the more interesting and fun aspects of iPad usage is the ability to effect change in a webpage by swiping a finger across the screen of the iPad. For example, swiping to the left to navigate to the next page in a series of pages, or swiping to display the next image in a series of images. For iPad users, these actions are intuitive and natural.

However, for those who compose webpages, adding touch detection to a page can be a challenging and difficult process. No more. The information presented on Padilicious: Add Finger-Swipe Support to Webpages, will make it easy to add touch sensing to your pages, requiring only a minimum of JavaScript coding on your part.

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Requirements: -
Demo: http://padilicious.com/code/touchevents/basicswipe.html
License: License Free

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