Artikelen van: Almero Steyn
On 16 November, QDelft will host a real world Inclusive Design 24 (#ID24) event at their offices in Delft. It starts at 15:00 PM. During this event a number of #ID24's live talks will be streamed and projected on screen, giving accessibility minded web professionals in this region of the Netherlands the chance to get together, meet up and enjoy some of the content of #ID24 in a social atmosphere.
We are also proud to be represented at this global event by our own accessibility specialist, Almero …
Op 17 juni jl. vond in Amsterdam de role=drinks meetup plaats. Dit is een bijeenkomst voor iedereen die gepassioneerd is over webtoegankelijkheid. Onze expert op het gebied van React en webtoegankelijkheid, Almero Steyn, gaf hier een presentatie over het omgaan met webtoegankelijkheid binnen React. In deze presentatie legde hij uit hoe je de eslint-plugin-jsx-a11y en react-axe applicaties kunt gebruiken om je ontwikkelingsproces te versimpelen.
Maar waar komt de naam role=drinks vandaan? In HTML heeft ieder …
This article uses React 15 with React Router 4 and Redux 3 and assumes knowledge of all three. However the concepts explained here can be applied in any framework or library of your choice.
Go to my Github profile for a working accessibly routed example. We will explore this example app further in this article.
As a developer of Single Page Applications or SPA’s, no one needs to tell you how important the router of the application is. It translate the browser address into related pages and also allows the …
This article assumes that you already know what is new in AngularJS 1.5 with regards to building component directives and that you have already looked at creating AngularJS elements in TypeScript.
At the time of writing this, I had just embarked on my first attempt to create applications in AngularJS using TypeScript. All was going reasonably well until I started refactoring my brand new and shiny AngularJS 1.5 Component file. As I was also using this exercise to learn TypeScript, I guess you can imagine the …
Whilst this article refers to creating a training course in AngularJS, the concepts are applicable to any development training.
I think it would be safe to say that every single developer has at some point stood on the shoulders of giants. Even the very first coding pioneers, who boldly went where no-one had gone before, did so using machines created by other giants.
The problem with giants is that we never think that we can be them. The point of this article is to share how a team in the Netherlands took that …