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DevExpress controls support Windows Touch. This feature allows your end-users to interact with your applications on touch-enabled devices such as touch screen monitors or smartphones using familiar gestures.
Below is a list of DevExpress WPF controls with built-in touch support.
End-users can scroll DXGrid, DXTreeList, and DXPivotGrid content (horizontally and vertically), select rows and cells, reorder columns, sort data via touch on any touch-enabled screen, etc.
Use the TileLayout feature to create applications that match the look and feel of Windows 8/10.
End-users are able to interact with the date navigator and range control, navigate views via touch, etc.
End-users can use gestures (such as a tap, flick and pinch) to scroll, zoom and rotate charts within your application.
Allow end-users to manage interactive elements such as needles, knobs, buttons, etc., via touch on any touch-enabled screen.
Allow end-users to rearrange dock panels via touch on any touch-enabled screen.
End-users can interact with the UI, navigate through documents, zoom and pinch its contents via touch on any touch-enabled screen.
End users can use standard touch gestures (tap, hold and flick) to scroll, zoom, and select shapes and pictures via touch on any touch-enabled screen.
End users can use standard touch gestures (pinch, rotate, hold and scroll) via touch on any touch-enabled screen. Pages continue to scroll after a swipe.
The following page lists the touch capabilities supported by DevExpress controls by platform: Touch UI and Gesture Support.