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ArticlesAccessibility and the Shadow DOM
Web Components, including Shadow DOM, are accessible because assistive technologies encounter pages as rendered, meaning the entire document is read as "one happy tree". With a polyfill to add broader support, users with modern browsers can interact with Web Components using a keyboard, touch or mouse. Screen readers will also read the page aloud, illustrating how Shadow DOM fits seamlessly into the regular DOM.
It’s easy: to make Web Components accessible to all users, write accessible code.Read More >
PresentationsA future called Web Components
Web Components are a collection of standards which are working their way through the W3C. Discover how this new concept formed by Templates, Decorators, Shadow DOM, Custom Elements, and HTML Imports will revolutionize the way we develop and interact on the web.Read More >