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Learnings from migrating Accessibility Insights for Web to Chrome’s Manifest V3

Since February 2022, the Accessibility Insights team has been migrating Accessibility Insights for Web–our Chrome and Edge extension introduced in Jacqueline's February 14, 2022, post–from Manifest V2 (MV2) to Manifest V3 (MV3). We wanted to share learnings and takeaways from our migration journey with a walkthrough of the largest changes...

The pursuit of an autonomic scale and efficiency system for Microsoft 365: Making it as easy as breathing

Through automated profiling and data collection of performance behavior, Microsoft’s M365 Core team can derive the context with which to inform the engineer about the impact of their code, as they write it. Randy Lehner likens it to the autonomic nervous system in this post on their Cloud Profiling and Reporting Pipeline.
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Accessibility Insights for Web

In this post, Jacqueline Gibson goes over Accessibility Insights for Web, Microsoft's open-sourced Chrome and Edge extension that helps users find and fix web accessibility issues.
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Accessibility Insights for Windows

In this post, John Alkire walks through the features of Accessibility Insights for Windows, which enables users to inspect and test Windows applications to find and fix accessibility issues.

Caesar, standards, and SAST: The road to SARIF

In this post, Michael Fanning gives us a short history on standards (think Julius Caesar), how consensus on something very small can enable something very large, and how all of it relates to the design of the ‘Static Analysis Results Interchange Format’ (SARIF).
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