On 12/11/12 16:07, Dirkjan Ochtman wrote:
>> A) Use "Touch" to indicate "has a touch-sensitive screen (and is not alreadySorry, yes, in case it's not obvious, I am _not_ suggesting using
>> marked 'Mobile')". This would lead to us using it on tablets, Windows 8
>> machines, and any other desktop PC with a touchscreen. It would not be
>> removed if a keyboard was _also_ present. This is Microsoft's approach.
> If the above is true (Windows RT non-touch interfaces are common) then
"Touch" on non-touch-capable machines! (And neither does Microsoft, AIUI.)
>> D) Use neither, like Chrome. UA sniffing is evil. Developers should use theIn an ideal world, I'm sure they'd all do that. Question is, will they?
>> presence of a touch API to detect touch capability, and use flexible layout
>> to adapt to whatever screen size the user has. This is Google's approach.
> Given all the options listed, this one sounds seriously attractive.
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