This is a guide for any dev that wants a kickstart into learning the iOS Accessibility APIs. Fortunately, the accessibility frameworks on iOS are very compact and Apple has built in a lot of sane defaults into the views and controls of iOS. While all the standard UIKit components tend to work out of the box you will usually need to configure your custom view elements to make your app really shine for accessibility users.
After going through all the hurdles and difficulties of iOS development as individuals, as teams and as a company, we wanted to take one step further. We always saw the same issues appear over and over again: projects as well as best practices evolve, developers become more confident and learn new techniques, new iOS APIs are released,
“The idea of my presentation is to demonstrate a QoS aware information retrieval framework that will complement Apple’s ResearchKit.