Component libraries provide real advantages to development teams for speed and consistency, such as Material UI, a popular open-source React component library that uses Google’s Material Design. If the component library has been built to be accessible, then the advantages for accessibility are also significant–but only if the component is used correctly.
Join Dylan Barrell, Chief Technology Officer at Deque, for an informative and insightful look at the way static code analysis helps you enforce accessibility for components. In the webinar, he will show you how the built-in support for Material UI can turbocharge your accessibility immediately.
See how axe DevTools Linter enforces the correct usage of custom components for accessibility as you code, and within your CI/CD and pull request process.Learn more about:
Dylan has 20 years of experience in technology development, technical sales, product management, product marketing, and corporate development. He founded a startup in 1989 that was acquired. He then went public with OpenText and helped grow revenues to $400 million. He later led the effort to create a digital center within a Borders store and to transition from purely physical products to a digital and physical product mix. In addition to his work experience, Dylan has an MBA from the University of Michigan and a BS from the University of the Witwatersrand. Dylan believes in leading through action to create value for shareholders and the community.