Common approaches for enhancing the programmatic accessibility of your Win32, WinForms and WPF apps: Part 1 – Introduction

This series of posts describes some of the steps you can take to enhance the programmatic accessibility of your Win32, WinForms and WPF apps.   Introduction Well, it’s been a while since I’ve had a chance to share some of the things I’ve learnt around building accessible apps. I’ve been working closely with a number…

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Common approaches for enhancing the programmatic accessibility of your Win32, WinForms and WPF apps: Part 2 – Win32

This post describes some of the steps you can take to enhance the programmatic accessibility of your Win32 app.   Introduction By default, use standard Win32 controls in your app, and leverage the work that the Win32 UI framework can do to provide the foundation for an accessible experience.   Way back, when work was…

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Common approaches for enhancing the programmatic accessibility of your Win32, WinForms and WPF apps: Part 3 – WinForms

This post describes some of the steps you can take to enhance the programmatic accessibility of your WinForms app. It is strongly recommended that you first read Part 2 in this series, given the similarity between Win32 and WinForms relating to some aspects of accessibility.   Introduction By default, use standard WinForms controls in your…

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Common approaches for enhancing the programmatic accessibility of your Win32, WinForms and WPF apps: Part 4 – WPF

This post describes some of the steps you can take to enhance the programmatic accessibility of your WPF app.   Introduction By default, use standard WPF controls in your app, and leverage the work that the WPF UI framework can do to provide the foundation for an accessible experience.   While the accessibility of Win32…

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