This is an example of how to implement an accessible custom widget with gestures in such a way that they will work with the mouse, with the keyboard, with gestures. The gestures are also programmed so that they work on mobile devices with a screen reader turned on.
This is an example of how to implement an accessible filterable and sortable table in such a way that the sorting and filtering UI components do not interfere with the announcements that occur when using table navigation.
This is an example of accessible Google maps. You can use the keyboard to interact with any of the controls with or without a screen reader.
Here are examples of responsive accessible tables.