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Re: Automated Accessibility Testing Recommendations?


From: Will Anderson
Date: Nov 6, 2013 8:15PM

We built a test suite for things that can and could/should be tested in an automated fashion by extending google accessibility Dev tools.


And I'd be happy to answer questions to get you going. The disclaimer is that it only tests a small portion of what could make a site accessible but it's better than nothing

Sent from my phone. Sorry about any typos or mistakes!

> On Nov 6, 2013, at 5:12 PM, "Thorson, Marc" < <EMAIL REMOVED> > wrote:
> There is interest in our organization to improve the automated accessibility testing we do behind-the-scenes along with our manual testing processes. The WAVE API appears to be a great tool for evaluating static pages, and we are seriously considering it, but I'm also interested in inquiring about other tools in the community that might provide more capabilities for evaluating dynamic pages, for example, recording user input in forms and repeating transactional page flows that could be incorporated into an automated enterprise build process. Any recommendations?
> Thanks,
> Marc Thorson
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