If you have never thought about improving the accessibility of your websites before — you should! Let me help you out. The following is a checklist of tangible action items you can follow as a front-end developer to improve the accessibility of your sites.
This checklist is a personalized synthesis of the series of accessibility articles written on web.dev. For a more in-depth discussion of the following, I highly encourage you to read through their posts!
Web accessibility refers to the concept of ensuring web content is usable by people with various impairments or abilities. …
All information discussed in this article is specific to the ES6 standard.
Before I knew I wanted to build IdeaDog, a social media web application for sharing ideas, I knew I wanted to build a full-fledged React app. And not just any React app, but a modern React app.
Alright, alright, I know. I keep repeating it, but what exactly do I mean when I say that IdeaDog is a modern React app? …