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A UI (User Interface) component can be native or custom. Native HTML elements have pre-associated meaning, structure, and semantics while custom components require additional work in order to communicate the same information.
This additional work includes proper ARIA roles, properties, and attributes for the functionality being exhibited.
Additionally, labels and instructions must always be related to the corresponding widget(s) so that assistive technology can accurately describe those components to users.
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