Flutter Accessibility: Getting Started

Learn how to improve the accessibility of your Flutter app by providing more semantic details for screen readers and following other items from Flutter’s accessibility checklist. By Alejandro Ulate Fallas.

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Where to Go From Here?

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Flutter already has great documentation on accessibility and learning resources for you to check out. It would also be great for you to take a look at the Flutter Accessibility Widgets Catalog.

You can also see this oldie but goodie video recorded during the Flutter Interact a while back. In it, you’ll see real user accessibility issues that the Flutter team had to address in its showcase app.

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