Autocomplete for All, An Angular Material Story

An OSD700 Contribution Update Part 1 In this day and age, you live in one of two camps, you either love or hate autocomplete. Autocomplete (which differs from autocorrect due to contextual opposites of operation) is the answer to the mundane long dropdown lists, providing a means to both filter and evaluate a value without […]

The Importance of Documented API for UI Components

An OSD Contribution Update – Part 1 Getting Onboard Documentation is a topic that often splits developers into two or more camps, those who write and those who don’t; an irony since both camps rely heavily on documentation with external libraries to utilize and understand it’s respective API. So, when is documentation considered ‘good’? When […]

Accessibility – Headings and Colour Examples

This is a follow up to my previous post, describing some examples and public issues which touch upon heading semantics and color contrast. Headings Admitting to Your Mistakes South Wind Motel As you would have guessed, even I found the issues discussed above in past work from two websites which I used to claim where […]