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PointerEvent

A pointer is a hardware agnostic representation of input devices (such as a mouse, pen or contact point on a touch-enable surface). The pointer can target a specific coordinate (or set of coordinates) on the contact surface such as a screen.
API DOM Interface Pointer Events PointerEvent Reference

PointerEvent.height

The height of the pointer's contact geometry, along the Y axis (in CSS pixels). Depending on the source of the pointer device (for example a finger), for a given pointer, each event may produce a different value.
API DOM Interface PointerEvent Property Reference

PointerEvent.isPrimary

The property indicates whether or not the pointer device that created the event is the primary pointer. Returns true if the pointer that caused the event to be fired is the primary device and returns false otherwise.
API DOM Interface PointerEvent Property Reference

PointerEvent.pointerId

An identifier assigned to a pointer event that is unique from the identifiers of all active pointer events at the time. Authors cannot assume values convey any particular meaning other than an identifier for the pointer that is unique from all other active pointers.
API DOM Interface PointerEvent Property Reference

PointerEvent.pointerType

Indicates the device type that caused the pointer event. The supported values are the following strings:
API DOM Interface PointerEvent Property Reference

PointerEvent.pressure

The normalized pressure of the pointer input in the range of 0 to 1, where 0 and 1 represent the minimum and maximum pressure the hardware is capable of detecting, respectively. For hardware that does not support pressure, including but not limited to mouse, the value MUST be 0.5 when the pointer is active and 0 otherwise.
API DOM Interface PointerEvent Property Reference

PointerEvent.tiltX

This property is the angle (in degrees) between the Y-Z plane of the pointer and the screen. This property is typically only useful for a pen/stylus pointer type. The range of values is -90 to 90 degrees and a positive value means a tilt to the right. For devices that do not support this property, the value is 0.
API DOM Interface PointerEvent Property Reference

PointerEvent.tiltY

This property is the angle (in degrees) between the X-Z plane of the pointer and the screen. This property is typically only useful for a pen/stylus pointer type. The range of values is -90 to 90 degrees and a positive value is a tilt toward the user. For devices that do not support this property, the value is 0.
API DOM Interface PointerEvent Property Reference

PointerEvent.width

The width of the pointer's contact geometry along the x-axis, measured in CSS pixels. Depending on the source of the pointer device (such as a finger), for a given pointer, each event may produce a different value.
API DOM Interface PointerEvent Property Reference

Presentation

The Presentation can be defined as two possible user agents in the context: Controlling user agent and Receiving user agent.
API Experimental Interface Presentation Presentation API Reference

PresentationAvailability

A PresentationAvailability object is associated with available presentation displays and represents the presentation display availability for a presentation request. If the controlling user agent can monitor the list of available presentation displays in the background (without a pending request to start()), the PresentationAvailability object MUST be implemented in a controlling browsing context.
API Experimental Interface Presentation API PresentationAvailability Reference

PresentationConnection

The PresentationConnection interface of the Presentation API provides methods and properties for managing a single presentation. Each presentation connection is represented by a PresentationConnection object. Both the controlling user agent and receiving user agent MUST implement PresentationConnection.
API Experimental Interface Presentation API PresentationConnection Reference

ProgressEvent

The ProgressEvent interface represents events measuring progress of an underlying process, like an HTTP request (for an XMLHttpRequest, or the loading of the underlying resource of an <img>, <audio>, <video>, <style> or <link>).
API Interface Progress Events ProgressEvent Reference