Re: WAI-ARIA 1.1, Core-AAM 1.1, DPub-ARIA 1.0, DPub-AAM 1.0 are Recommendations; WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices is Note

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Le jeu. 14 déc. 2017 à 12:03, Michael Cooper <> a écrit :

> The Accessible Rich Internet Applications Working Group has finalized
> several documents:
>    - Accessible Rich Internet Applications (WAI-ARIA) 1.1 is a W3C
>    Recommendation -
>    - Core Accessibility API Mappings 1.1 is a W3C Recommendation -
>    - Digital Publishing WAI-ARIA Module 1.0 is a W3C Recommendation -
>    - Digital Publishing Accessibility API Mappings 1.0 is a W3C
>    Recommendation -
>    - WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices 1.1 is a Working Group Note -
> The Digital Publishing WAI-ARIA specifications were co-developed with the
> Digital Publishing Interest Group, which has since become the Publishing
> Working Group.
> WAI-ARIA 1.1 adds a variety of new features that were identified as needs
> since WAI-ARIA 1.0 was completed. These include a static table model to
> complement the dynamic grid model provided in WAI-ARIA 1.0, supporting news
> feeds and modal dialog boxes, better supporting labeling and extended
> descriptions, allowing authors to indicate keyboard shortcuts and custom
> role types, and refining the owned roles model and set of properties for
> many ARIA features. Digital Publishing WAI-ARIA Roles takes this further to
> provide roles for types of content that often appears in digital
> publications. Accessibility API Mappings describe how these features should
> be mapped to the features of Accessibility APIs specific to various
> platforms that user use to access web content.
> WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices 1.1 has undergone major enhancements to
> reflect this work and provide web content authors with practical guidance
> about how to use WAI-ARIA in web content, including steps they need to take
> beyond WAI-ARIA itself to provide full accessibility support. A major part
> of the document is a set of design patterns for various types of widgets
> that explain how to create the widget using ARIA features and recommended
> keyboard interaction to achieve a familiar and predictable user experience;
> these design patterns are complemented by a comprehensive set of examples
> with working code that demonstrate the design pattern in action and provide
> authors a starting point for coding their own versions. The document
> provides comprehensive guidance about how to make content accessible to
> keyboard users, and also provides information about when *not* to use
> WAI-ARIA in preference to native features. Further information about this
> is available in the blog post:
> Following the completion of WAI-ARIA 1.1, the Working Group will begin
> work on WAI-ARIA 1.2, which will focus on defining features that correspond
> to existing HTML 5 features. This reflects convergence of an accessibility
> taxonomy for the web across various technologies and will support future
> scripting and automation of accessibility features. More information about
> the Accessible Rich Internet Applications Working Group is available from
> its home page:
> Regards,
> Joanmarie Diggs, Accessible Rich Internet Applications WG Chair,
> Michael Cooper, Accessibility Guidelines WG W3C Staff Contact

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