Category: A11y for Developers

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JavaScript and Civil Rights

As developers of web applications and websites, we create interfaces for people to use (for the most part). In doing so, we have a responsibility to make our applications not only usable by those people, but also to avoid infringing on their rights.
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Shift Accessibility Left in Your Native Android Development

The most cost-effective way to ensure the quality of your application is to catch as many accessibility defects as early as possible. To do this, I’ll demonstrate how you can use the Attest API to perform accessibility testing on a native application that is currently under development, using Android Studio.