no, you assume correctly. There are still a few tweaks that are needed for mobile web applications, like properly hiding and un-hiding parts of the user interface, but that, too, are normal web techniques.
On our side, the tricky part right now is to get speech synthesis working properly and some other architecture in place for Firefox OS to be properly usable.
On May 6, 2013, at 10:42 AM, Philipp Naderer wrote:
> Hi Marco,
> since all UI is implemented in HTML / JS / CSS, it will be all around
> "normal" Web Accessibility techniques (ARIA, WCAG)? Or am I wrong and
> we should expect something else? :-)
> On Mon, May 6, 2013 at 10:32 AM, Marco Zehe wrote:
>> Firefox OS accessibility is still being worked on, and there is no info yet since this is all not yet in production code or even nightly builds.
>> As soon as we have something, we'll let everyone know! :-)
>> On May 4, 2013, at 6:02 AM, Zach Lym wrote:
>>> I've been poking around and I can't find much on the accessibility for FxOS. Am I missing something or has there not been much discussion?
>>> accessibility mailing list
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