Difference between revisions of "Developer Space/Resources"
Revision as of 14:37, 30 October 2014
- 100 Killer Web Accessibility Resources: Blogs, Forums and Tutorials
- web2access.org.uk .
- Section 508
- BRL on freecat.org
- Fluid Wiki Accessibility Resources
Guidelines and Handbooks
Cultural and Language
Forums and Q&As
- Forum for AT in Arabic world
- WebAim Discussion/Help
- Epub Accessibility Forum
- Google Groups
- W3C Community Groups
- Google: Developer Resource Links , Configuring Google Product
More Blogs & News
- Ergohacks blog on accessibility
- Engadget    
- TechCrunch   
- Accessible In-Sight Blog
- Doug Schepers on Invisible Visualization @ OpenViz Conf
- Retrofitted accessibility using "Active Browsing" via userscripts http://userscripts.org/scripts/search?q=accessibility&submit=Search
- wouldn't that be sth. for crowd sourced accessibility: http://platypus.mozdev.org/ , user cannot view web site and asks for help, other user does interactive cleanup. Contacted Scott: currently GPL but willing to relicence
- Also good for cleanups: http://sixserv.org/2011/02/12/feedability-nodejs-feed-proxy-with-readability/
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About Resources on the Developer Space
See also Developers Space
The Goal of the developer space is to create a central point for finding resource information and people to assist in creating more accessible:
The Developer Space will provide web designers and developers with pointers to a variety of accessible and flexible components from across the web. These components will be enhanced to support user preferences and personalization out of the box, requiring less effort on the part of developers to make their applications compatible with the GPII.
As part of this work, Infusion and other tools will continue to grow to support model-based and visual programming environments that will help close the gap between developers and end-users, providing a means for users to influence and participate within the design, development and testing process more actively.
For specific components refer to Developer Space Components