axe-cli - A command-line interface for the aXe accessibility testing engine

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Provides a command line interface for aXe to run quick accessibility tests. Install Node.js if you haven't already. This project requires Node 6+. By default, axe-cli runs Chrome in headless mode, which requires Chrome 59 or up.

https://github.com/dequelabs/axe-cli#readme

Dependencies:

axe-core : ^3.2.2
axe-webdriverjs : ^2.2.0
chromedriver : ^76.0.0
colors : ^1.3.3
commander : ^2.19.0
selenium-webdriver : ^3.6.0

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