Form is a UI component used for the layout and alignment of form elements. Like the Flex Form Class, it contains multiple vertically positioned component items with label arrangement determined by width. Additionally, it supports data collection and validation implemented in a corresponding validation and data manager class.
Form does not have an accessibility implementation. However, the subcomponents that Form uses may have an implementation created that will enable accessibility.
To enable accessibility for Form, simply enable accessibility for any subcomponents that Form will use. For instance, if your form were to use TextInputs, CheckBoxes, and Buttons, you'd need to do the following (TextInputs will automatically be accessible):
Form Example with Accessibility
Below is an embedded application built to showcase accessibility in the Form component. To experience this application properly, you must have a screen reader installed and be familiar with how to use it. Accessibility was developed with JAWS for Windows as the primary screen reader. Installing the JAWS Flex Scripts is highly recommended to obtain the most reliable results.