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With a simple configuration you can make your website more accessible by adding description to your images automatically via Azure Cognitive Services.
After loading your page, the heartthrob-vision will send the url of every photo on your page to the Microsoft Azure Cognitive Services to create a description of what is showing on the image.
Because it is an async function, it will take a little bit before every image to have a caption. See the examples bellow.
NOTE: We recommend to create manually all alt text for every image on your website. It will improve way more the accessibility of your website than using heartthrob-vision.
Look at examples at the documentation.
The heartthrob framework can add more elegancy to your project, to looks like the Microsoft Fluent Design design, it was also inspired by Michael West - an incredible designer who will dominate the world with his ideas. To see more about this, go to: documentation.
Full download and installaton scenarios here: documentation
Me and my team are using it in the solutions we build every single day, so expect nice fixes and small additions as it will be more and more compatible with Kendo and other browsers.
I'm completly open to have contributions to this project, so go to the GitHub page to help me make it even better!
If you want to contribute to the documentantation go to heartthrob-docs github repository
git clone https://github.com/vtnorton/heartthrob-vision.git
npm installto install all dependencies
gulp build, and a directory
/buildwill apper, use this directory to implement across your system.
Here is a few things you can do - almost in every open source project - that would help it be even better:
I'm sharing with some some of my plans to move foward with heartthrob as I'm focused on:
Constributors of all kinds from the community are welcome, but especially those that support the efforts above.
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