Creating Accessible React Apps

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The React JavaScript library is a great way to create reusable modular components that can be shared among projects. But how do you ensure your React apps are usable by all kinds of people?

Accessibility Specialist at Shopify • Speaker, writer, workshop instructor • W3C ARIA WG • IAAP CPWA • ScottVinkle.me

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Accessibility Specialist at Shopify • Speaker, writer, workshop instructor • W3C ARIA WG • IAAP CPWA • ScottVinkle.me

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