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    Default Unanswered: set Touch Gesture to call custom function

    How can I call a custom function upon detecting a touch gesture? I have a function that I would like to call when a certain touch gesture (say taphold) is detected on the iPad.

    Short implementation sample code would be helpful.
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    Just nitpicking but touchhold dont think it qualifies as a touch gesture. Touch gestures are swipes and circles and etc. And implementation depends on what you want to attach the event to (list item, general component, button etc)
    Usually you listen from the controller for.a specific fired event from your ui and you act accordingly.

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    Depends what you are using. On an element you can simple set a listener

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    el.on('touchhold', someFunc);
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