Accessible, Adaptive and Internationalized React components with React AriaCheck Reference
React Aria is an open-source library that provides hooks that can help you build accessible, adaptive, and internationalized react UI components.
React Aria provides accessibility and behavior according to WAI-ARIA Authoring Practices, including full screen reader and keyboard navigation support. All components have been tested across a wide variety of screen readers and devices to ensure the best experience possible for all users.
React Aria ensures consistent behavior, no matter the UI. It supports mouse, touch, keyboard, and screen reader interactions that have been tested across a wide variety of browsers, devices, and platforms.
React Aria supports over 30 languages, including right-to-left-specific behavior, internationalized date and number formatting, and more.
React Aria doesn’t implement any rendering or impose a DOM structure, styling methodology, or design-specific details. It provides behavior, accessibility, and interactions and lets you focus on your design.
I will demonstrate live code making a react component accessible as per WAI-ARIA authoring practices using React Aria and also demonstrate how to handle internationalization - RTL language, locale change effect on number and date formatting.