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Apple lets developers in El Capitan customized Force Touch gestures invent ‘
Web developers can Safari users in Apple’s new operating system El Capitan custom gestures for the Force Touch trackpad voorschotelen. The gestures they can then link specific actions. Writes TechCrunch least Tuesday.
Apple Logo The Force Touch trackpad is including in the recently presented MacBook Pro. The track pad is pressure sensitive, so it can distinguish between hard and soft touches. This software provides the ability to link to specific actions, for example, a hard or a soft touch click.
According to TechCrunch offers Apple’s latest operating system El Capitan web developers the ability to call on the trackpad via Safari. This means that users of the browser developers in their applications customized functionalities voorschotelen. As far as is known, however, the functionality works only in Safari, so says the site finally.
Apple announced El Capitan Monday during his WWDC developer conference. The operating system includes interface improvements, but under the hood there is a lot of improvement. Thus, apps should load 40 percent faster and would switch between software should go twice as fast.Viewing:-147
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