Angular, React, Vue, Polymer, Ember, Backbone, HotDog… say what? No matter what framework you’re using, accessibility—like the proverbial Honey Badger—don’t care!
We’ll look into rich, interactive user experiences and talk about what accessibility DOES care about in our code so that you’ll be empowered to make whatever framework or vanilla coding approach be more inclusive, accessible, and usable.
With that in mind, this session is designed for us to explore how accessibility is platform agnostic. This can be a liberating concept. We’re free to experiment with frameworks that may be new and, possibly, more appropriate for our projects than the same old, same old. And, we can make our work inclusive, regardless of our approach and code of choice.
- Common issues found in JS framework-powered sites,
- How semantic HTML is essential for accessible experiences and how to achieve that while using a code framework,
- How to unit test before each commit to ensure we catch and resolve accessibility issues,
- How to use “other people’s code” components even when they’ve flaked out entirely on the accessibility front.
Framework-agnostic accessibility knowledge and skills to make your next project even better for everyone.
Some web development experience is required.