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Re: Fw: Regarding an accessible component archive for MooTools that is specifically programmed to be as accessible as possible for screen reader and keyboard only users.

From: Joshue O Connor CFIT <joshue.oconnor@ncbi.ie>
Date: Mon, 14 Oct 2013 09:36:21 +0100
Message-ID: <525BAD05.6040707@ncbi.ie>
To: bryan.garaventa@whatsock.com
CC: w3c-wai-ig@w3.org
Bryan Garaventa wrote:
> At their core, DOM manipulation, rendering, AJAX requests, CSS selector
> querying, and so on, there isn't really an impactful difference between
> them regarding accessibility. There are slight differences, like the DOM
> update issue I mentioned experiencing in Dojo at times, but nothing else
> that I could find.
> The main issue having to do with the accessibility of these
> libraries/frameworks, has to do with the programmatic accessibility of
> component implementations, which, when you add all of the third party
> variants with differing levels of accessibility, equates to thousands of
> implementation types across the web that may or may not actually be
> accessible.
> So it's not the core rendering that is the problem, it's the manner in
> which the components are programmed.

Alright thanks. I guess that would be a 'no' then.


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