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The .NET Docs Show: An accessibility audit of .NET Blazor with Chris DeMars

ievangelist profile image David Pine Updated on ・2 min read

Continuing our recent theme on The .NET Docs Show of discussing Blazor - we had an amazing show focusing on Web Accessibility. Blazor is a framework for building interactive client-side web UI with .NET!

In this episode, Chris DeMars (Microsoft MVP) exemplifies best practices for considering web accessibility in the real-world. We put our https://dotnetdocs.dev website under a full accessibility audit, and learned about ways to improve our rating using Lighthouse, Axe extensions, and constrast-ratio. We learned about numeronyms, and various ways to develop empathetically with a user-first mindset. Chris said it best, "accessibility is a must"! We also got to experience what our site might look like to someone with a visual disability using Spectrum.

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As promised, this is the Chris and Dave origin story pic:

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David Pine


2x Microsoft MVP, Google Developer Expert, and Twilio Champion who works in DevRel at Microsoft. International speaker, blogger, open source contributor, and approachable developer community advocate.


.NET is an open source developer platform, created by Microsoft, for building many different types of applications. With .NET, you can use multiple languages, editors, and libraries to build for web, mobile, desktop, gaming, and IoT.


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