Pointer events extend DOM input events to support various pointing input devices such as pen/stylus and touch screens as well as mouse. The pointer is a hardware-agnostic device that can target a specific set of screen coordinates. Having a single event model for pointers can simplify creating Web sites, applications and provide a good user experience regardless of the user's hardware.
The touch-action CSS property specifies whether, and in what ways, a given region can be manipulated by the user (for instance, by panning or zooming).
onlostpointercapture is an EventHandler property of the Element interface that returns the event handler (function) for the lostpointercapture event type.
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.
ongotpointercapture is an EventHandler property of the Element interface that returns the event handler (function) for the gotpointercapture event type.