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Re: Ajax, circa 2008 and beyond

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From: Tech
Date: Jul 17, 2008 7:40PM


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@Christian,<br>
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<a
href="http://www.slideshare.net/cheilmann/again-with-the-ajax-accessibility">Great
presentation.</a>&nbsp; Thank you.&nbsp; I know it will assist a number of people
in discussing this stuff more easily.<br>
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I was wondering if perhaps you, or anyone, could direct me to some
model site where MOST common widgets -- and especially things like
trees, drag and drop lists,&nbsp; accordions, sliders, grids, and other
dynamic components are considered fully ARIA-compliant?&nbsp;&nbsp; I would
really like to see a grid, or spreadsheet demo, fully annotated,&nbsp; where
each user mouse-based interaction, and its accessible counterpart, was
clearly illustrated.&nbsp; Is there such a site?&nbsp; If it was amid the links
others offered, I missed it.<br>
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Everyday, I speak to developers who seem to be talking one thing, while
ARIA-advocates are talking another.&nbsp; I need to really to see the best
of current breed in action to really get this better.<br>
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Thanks<br>
<br>
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Christian Heilmann wrote:
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<pre wrap="">I just today gave a talk at AbilityNet about it:

<a class="moz-txt-link-freetext" href="http://www.slideshare.net/cheilmann/again-with-the-ajax-accessibility">http://www.slideshare.net/cheilmann/again-with-the-ajax-accessibility<;/a>

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