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From:
Date: Mon, Jan 07 2019 9:19PM
Subject: Java webapp can comply with WCAG 2.1?
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Hi,

Do you know, that JAVA is ready for an accessible web application ? Many
developers use angular with Java. It is because Java cannot produce
accessible html?

Any idea?

Zsolt Edelényi

From: glen walker
Date: Tue, Jan 08 2019 5:02PM
Subject: Re: Java webapp can comply with WCAG 2.1?
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Are you talking about a stand alone java app, or about a web app whose
contents are generated by java (such as a .jsp page)?

A .jsp page can certainly be accessible. It's just generating html, and we
know what accessible html should look like.

Glen

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Date: Fri, Jan 11 2019 1:04AM
Subject: Re: Java webapp can comply with WCAG 2.1?
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Glen,

Thank you for your answer. Yes, I am talking about .jsp. I was told that
Java has limitations of HTML output, and consequently you cannot
gerenate HTML pages which comply with WCAG.

I do not know if this is true?

Zsolt

On 2019. 01. 09. 1:02, glen walker wrote:
> Are you talking about a stand alone java app, or about a web app whose
> contents are generated by java (such as a .jsp page)?
>
> A .jsp page can certainly be accessible. It's just generating html, and we
> know what accessible html should look like.
>
> Glen
> > > >

From: glen walker
Date: Fri, Jan 11 2019 12:06PM
Subject: Re: Java webapp can comply with WCAG 2.1?
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It's been a few years since I've written Java and JSP pages, but there are
no limitations that I'm aware of. You essentially have an html page, with
embedded java scriptlets. Your html can be as accessible as you want, and
anything the scriptlet generates is totally up to you. You can provide
ARIA properties on non-semantic elements from your Java code just as easily
as you can hand-code them in html.


On Fri, Jan 11, 2019 at 1:04 AM Edelényi Zsolt < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote:

> Glen,
>
> Thank you for your answer. Yes, I am talking about .jsp. I was told that
> Java has limitations of HTML output, and consequently you cannot
> gerenate HTML pages which comply with WCAG.
>
> I do not know if this is true?
>
> Zsolt
>
> On 2019. 01. 09. 1:02, glen walker wrote:
> > Are you talking about a stand alone java app, or about a web app whose
> > contents are generated by java (such as a .jsp page)?
> >
> > A .jsp page can certainly be accessible. It's just generating html, and
> we
> > know what accessible html should look like.
> >
> > Glen
> > > > > > > > > > > > >

From:
Date: Mon, Jan 14 2019 1:16AM
Subject: Re: Java webapp can comply with WCAG 2.1?
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On 2019. 01. 11. 20:06, glen walker wrote:
> anything the scriptlet generates is totally up to you.

Can you disable these scriplets and replace your own JS?

Zsolt

From: Glen Walker
Date: Mon, Jan 14 2019 2:05PM
Subject: Re: Java webapp can comply with WCAG 2.1?
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That might be starting to venture out if the accessibility realm and into jsp specific technology questions. A question like that might be better on stackoverflow.com

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jan 14, 2019, at 1:16 AM, Edelényi Zsolt < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote:
>
>
>> On 2019. 01. 11. 20:06, glen walker wrote:
>> anything the scriptlet generates is totally up to you.
>
> Can you disable these scriplets and replace your own JS?
>
> Zsolt
>
> > > >

From:
Date: Wed, Jan 16 2019 12:55AM
Subject: Re: Java webapp can comply with WCAG 2.1?
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Thank you!


On 2019. 01. 14. 22:05, Glen Walker wrote:
> That might be starting to venture out if the accessibility realm and into jsp specific technology questions. A question like that might be better on stackoverflow.com
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
>> On Jan 14, 2019, at 1:16 AM, Edelényi Zsolt < = EMAIL ADDRESS REMOVED = > wrote:
>>
>>
>>> On 2019. 01. 11. 20:06, glen walker wrote:
>>> anything the scriptlet generates is totally up to you.
>> Can you disable these scriplets and replace your own JS?
>>
>> Zsolt
>>
>> >> >> >> > > > >