Microoft donates UI automation

Microsoft has announced it is
donating its UI Automation specification
to the Accessibility
Interoperability Alliance (AIA), a
new engineering working group
dedicated to making it easier for
developers to create software, hardware
and Web-based products that
are accessible to people with disabilities.
The UI Automation specification
describes Microsoft's latest
accessibility framework technology
and will help developers include
advanced accessibility functionality
in implementations designed for use
on any operating system.


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