The Internet is an awesome place where everyone can find interesting materials for them. Unfortunately, sometimes we forget some people cannot use it the same way as most of us - e.g. people with vision, motion, or cognitive disabilities. In my presentation, I wanna show how to easily improve the accessibility of your webpage using features built in Chrome DevTools - like accessibility audit, fixing insufficient color contrast ratio, or simulating different color vision deficiencies.
- Joel Humberto Gomez Paredes, GDE on Web Technologies and Google Maps Platform, Frontend Developer at Platzi: Google Maps: Data-driven styling, https://goo.gle/pacific-ioextended-2
Data-driven styling is a new feature of Google Maps Platform, to use Google maps data to styles several kind of boundaries: countries, counties, cities, etc.