We just released the October community technical preview (CTP) of TouchToolkit at the codeplex project website. A new feature we introduced in this version is the option to add new primitive conditions & return types in the gesture language. While its still a CTP, it now has all the features targeted for the 1.0 version.
The key features of TouchToolkit are:
- A domain-specific language to define custom gestures
- Add new primitive conditions and return types in the gesture definition language
- Supports Windows 7/WPF 4.0 Touch API, Microsoft Surface, Silverlight and TUIO
- A record/replay module to simplify multi-touch testing and simulate multi-user scenarios
- A test framework to write unit test for testing gestures (integrated with Visual Studio Test)
- A visual effects framework to provide consistent visual feedback for touch interactions & gestures
In next few days, I will try to explain each of these features in detail.