You should probably be aware of the work IBM, Mozilla, W3C, Opera and others are doing in the area of AJAX and DHTML accessibility.
Here's a FAQ about it -- don't be confused about the fact that it discusses HTML 5 (which doesn't exist yet). I wrote the FAQ to facilitate communication with the HTML 5 standards group:
- Aaron jaffar wrote:
Hi All. I have found an accessible, free and open source ajax development framework known as Open Lazlo. It consists of a web based development framework and a tomcat server which is directed to port 8080 on your pc. Although this is strictly an ajax framework, it is based on the LZX, xml based language which provides for very tight xml syntax. The website to download this app is, should you be interested,www.openlaszlo.org/It is also worth noting that you will be able to create desktop apps with this framework. The only other dependency you will need to run Open Lazlo is the java development kit consisting of the JRE and the sdk which you can obtain from the java website. The framework itself is very easy to master, and the accompanying documentation is very good and comprehensive. Cheers!__________View the list's information and change your settings at //www.freelists.org/list/programmingblind
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