Definition and Usage
The touchmove event occurs when the user moves the finger across the screen.
The touchmove event will be triggered once for each movement, and will continue to be triggered until the finger is released.
Note: The touchmove event will only work on devices with a touch screen.
Tip: Other events related to the touchmove event are:
- touchstart - occurs when the user touches the screen
- touchend - occurs when the user removes the finger from an element
- touchcancel - occurs when the touch is interrupted
The numbers in the table specify the first browser version that fully supports the event.
|touchmove||22.0||12.0||52||Not supported||Not supported|
|Supported HTML tags:||All HTML elements|