‘Touch’ is everywhere around us. We use it daily in our lives thanks to the touch-enabled devices – mobile phones, tables, kiosk stations. Touch navigation just feels more natural and pleasant to the end-user than using some kind of a pointing device, such as a mouse or a track-ball.
Today, we are going to reveal what you can expect from RadScheduler for WinForms in the context of the touch support. The improvements described here will be introduced in Q2 2011 SP1, and will greatly enhance the end-user experience of you applications on Windows 7 and Windows 8 touch devices. Switching between...