How Accessibility Taught me to be Better at JavaScript – Part One

Content Warning: This blog post contains gifs. Hey friends! Hope you’ve had a great week! This tweet I wrote a while back inspired me to write this blog post: One of the responses was “this would be a good blog post.” So here I am. In this post I’m goi…

Content Warning: This blog post contains gifs. Hey friends! Hope you’ve had a great week! This tweet I wrote a while back inspired me to write this blog post: One of the responses was “this would be a good blog post.” So here I am. In this post I’m going to go over: Background on my first project as the sole front end developer The requirements of that project that led me to get better at JavaScript Creating a popup menu that allowed me to start playing with JavaScript The accessibility issues I faced that I solved using JavaScript Learning about progressive enhancement How I would improve things now Background About 3-4 years ago, while I’d been in tech for a couple of years, I finally knew that I wanted to be a front end developer . I talked to my boss about owning the front end…
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