Perhaps not surprising, the first feature Microsoft has set to add to Chromium for accessibility.
News of this "intention to realize", as a Microsoft engineer calls, via the Chromium forums; Thanks to Sam to give it to me via e-mail. The function is called UI Automation Providers, and it will create Chromium-based browsers on Windows to make it possible to create cellular applications such as Narrator.
"These interfaces are specific to the Windows platform and [are] "It's not expected that web developers have to make their changes on their content, as a result of this work, such as UIAutomation support reflects detailed, detailed effects, as well as web site designers," Microsoft explains Rasons Atanassov. and will not be replaced or removed from access API that have already been supported in Chromium. "
According to Microsoft, adding UI Automated Providers Support to Chromium will provide data for assistant technology (AT) for "innovative on the above rich interaction levels and smooth reading experiences; less time writing on multiple accessibility APIs, and more time on core features; Benefit from a continuous platform, and the performance will gain and expand opportunities that come with them. "
For the best of all, there are no direct risks for this addition: UI Automated Providers will support the browser performance at all, and will not be a web developer.
The only problem I think is that Windows 7 or Windows Automated Providers is needed. It will not work with Mac, Linux, Chrome OS, or Android.
Microsoft will now document what it adds to Chromium through a new Microsoft Edge Explainers repository on GitHub. So this will be a good place to keep an eye to see which other company has the firm for the new core browser.
Tagged with Chromium, Microsoft Edge