Lindsey Kuper (lindseykuper) wrote,
Lindsey Kuper

Things that the GWT team made -- for you and your family!

For those of you who are, for some inexplicable reason, not reading the Google Web Toolkit blog, I'd like to point out that Alex oniugnip posted today about shiny new accessibility support in GWT.

And since he clearly cannot be trusted to do any of his own bragging, I'm left with no choice but to point out that the GWT Developer's Guide that he links to at the end of the post is made out of docreader, which is itself made out of GWT. When you're reading it, use your n and p keys for fast and furious keyboard navigation. (Hit h for the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.) Innit slick?

Here's what they do over there in GWT-land.


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