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When it comes to accessibility, HTML has many limitations. Luckily, this is where Accessible Rich Internet Applications (ARIA) steps in.
ARIA fills many of the semantic gaps left by the HTML specification and allows developers to create document structures and interactive components that work wonderfully with assistive technologies. In this talk, we'll identify appropriate use cases for ARIA and look at specific examples of common problems that ARIA can help us solve.