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Touch and click events on mobile

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Tested my project on android device and found that my application don't react on any touches. Started to debug and found that function written in this way never fires: = function(e) {

So I have to work it correctly to dublicate it in this manner: = function(e) {

sprite.on('touchend', function(e) {

So I wonder is there any way to avoid code dublication? 

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First of all, I always prefer the second syntax.

sprite.on('click', callback)

Second, you can use pointer events instead of having both mouse and touch events

sprite.on('pointerdown', callback);

Examples have all been updated recently, so might be with having another look through them. For example:

And the docs show all of the available events you can listen to:


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