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- Practitioners to share insights from their work about web application development.
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The Delhi edition will be held on 27 November 2020 at India International Centre (IIC), New Delhi.
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Accessibility is a very important aspect of web development. As web developers, we strive to bring inclusion into the digital world. But, sometimes we unintentionally build inaccessible websites and the reason is mostly the lack of awareness about accessibility. Also, during the current pandemic of COVID-19, the web has seen a tremendous increase in the number of users. Hence, accessibility is the urgent need of the hour.
Table of contents:
- What is a11y?
- Why should we care?
- Examples and guides for writing accessible JS code
- Key takeaways
The key takeaways from the talk would be - the developers can apply the concepts learned within their projects/frameworks allowing everyone to write fully accessible and interactive interfaces/websites.
Anuradha is a tech enthusiast, current working as a frontend developer at mediaocean, Pune. She is passionate about learning new things and sharing the knowledge and experience through tech articles and tech talks. She advocates for developing web content with accessibility in mind.