July 24th, 2014

Federal Computer Week Recognizes Bindows as 1st Ajax Framework to Support Accessibility0

Thank you Wade-Hahn Chan for covering our recent news regarding Bindows and Section 508 accessibility standards. The article, “Bindows 2.0 provides Section 508 tools for developers,� can be read at http://www.fcw.com/article94879-06-13-06-Web

Wade-Hahn’s article reinforces the value of the Bindows support for accessibility to the Federal market which has up until now lacked a means of developing 508 compliant Ajax and Web 2.0 applications. We look forward to a flood of readers visiting our site for more information : )

Bindows - First Ajax Framework to Support Accessibility0

We announced today the completion of a year long project, working closely with The Paciello Group (TPG), international experts and pioneers in the field of accessible interface design, to provide the first Ajax framework with enhanced support for section 508 accessibility compliance. Bindows 2.0 enables developers to reach all audiences effectively and efficiently by building Ajax and Web 2.0 applications that meet Government and international standards for accessibility.

The Bindows framework now leads the market by enabling the fastest time to market for Ajax and Web 2.0 applications that work with leading screen readers, such as JAWS, without requiring any download or installation (zero-footprint).

Today’s announcement demonstrates Bindows commitment to leading the Ajax framework market with zero-footprint solutions for large scale enterprise, government and international deployments.

“We are extremely proud of the Section 508 support in Bindows 2.0 and our strong working relationship with TPG,� said Yoram Meriaz, CEO of MB Technologies. “Our accessibility achievements were the result of an enormous investment on the part of both companies. Our ongoing commitment to accessibility is part of our larger goal to realize the full potential of Ajax for our corporate and Government customers.�

Read the full press release here (pdf)

12 June 2006

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