dcjq[31] - Accessible jQuery - Karl Groves - Rescheduled

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Skilled JavaScript developers have been stretching the capabilities of what the Web can do since JavaScript was first created. In modern websites and web applications there's almost nothing that can't be done. How do we stretch these boundaries without leaving the users behind? How can we create killer interfaces while at the same time being told that it has to be accessible for people who may be unable to see, unable to use a mouse, may use weird alternate input and output devices?  The answer may be much simpler than you think.

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  • Eric M.

    Was there a slide deck that Karl could post?

    April 4

  • David H.

    High-impact (memorable).

    April 4

  • Van

    Hey Ryan, Everyone can identify who that avatar really is! Thanks mucho.

    1 · April 4

  • Ryan H.

    Impressive presentation, and a ton of information -- lots to bring back to my team! Karl was great!

    April 3

  • Valeria R.

    So disappointed to miss this meetup. Have a prior committment on Thursday.

    April 2

  • John F Croston I.

    guessing talk is at 7 PM or is it earlier?

    March 31

    • Greg L.

      It's all about accessibility. :)

      1 · March 31

    • John F Croston I.

      at least I'm consistent.

      April 2

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