Accessibility state on Flutter
An accessibility state helps users of assistive technologies to understand the state of elements on the screen. The state
selected for example, indicates that an element has been selected. The screen reader announces the state of elements as it reads the screen. It is important to assign correct states of elements to avoid misunderstanding.
With Flutter, you can use
Semantics to indicate the accessibility state. The
Semantics constructor contains all available options, such as
toggled, among others.
Semantics( checked: true, enabled: true, hidden: true, selected: true, toggled: true, child: Widget(...) );