This free course will discuss and demonstrate how to develop accessible applications using the User Interface Automation (UIA) framework.
This is primarily a developer-focussed course, since it will include coding demonstrations (using C#). However, it may also be of interest to a wider audience who is interested in understanding the capabilities of UIA.
The course format will be instructor-led, with a combination of slides and coding demonstrations.
The course is initially scheduled for the 11th June 2010 with a second run on the 22nd June 2010. Start time is 10am.
Lunch will be included, and the course will completed by 2pm at the latest.
The course will be held at the Microsoft Technology Centre at the Microsoft UK Campus in Reading, RG6 1WG. Directions.
The workshop will cover the following areas:
- Introduction to Accessibility & Assistive Technologies
- Why make applications accessible?
- What is User Interface Automation (UIA)?
- UIA and Windows applications UIA and Web (Silverlight) applications
- Testing UIA
To register interest or to book a place on this course please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01926 464860 \ 0800 269545 with your contact details.