Coordination of EMMA with DOM level 2, DOM Level 3 and Pointer Event types [Honeywell Internal]
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Section 1.1 of the EMMA 1.1 spec states that EMMA markup can be generated by a variety of input devices. DOM Level 2, DOM Level 3, and Point Event type specs list events that can also be generated by a
variety of input devices (mostly pointing devices and keyboards). It does not appear:
a)That the EMMA spec is coordinated with these other specs to insure a complete set of event types covering all possible types of input events that can be generated.
b)That EMMA is coordinated with these other specs in terms of its syntax.
c)That a distinction has been made in EMMA between device level input and multimodal coordination of data / events from different devices / device types.
d)That EMMA can handle the inclusion of pointer events in any event coordination it organizes.
Have I really missed something here? Will these issues be addressed? Ideally, I would like a consistent syntax, a complete (or easily extensible) set of input event types, and ability to coordinate events of all types to produce multimodal
“application level” events from these individual “device level” events. Will I get that?
System Architect, Flight Deck of the Future
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by Hickman, Steve (AdvTech) on Thursday, September 05, 2013 at 12:38:32 PM.
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