Creating Accessible React Native Apps

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Back in January 2020, Shopify publicly announced its adoption of React Native. This meant from that point forward, all of our new mobile apps would be built with the React Native framework. By extension, this also meant a new learning opportunity for our…

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

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Scott Vinkle

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

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