Angular 2 component to Ionic 2 - mouse events to touch events?

Developed an Angular 2 component that uses a lot of mouse and click events.

I am going to use this component in an Ionic 2 app.

Is there many changes that have to be made when migrating a click/mouse event component to Ionic 2? Do the click/mouse events migrate to touch events without much effort?

I’m not looking for specific details, just maybe a heads up on whether or not the mouse/click events trigger (by default) Ionic component touch events.

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