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axe-core - Accessibility engine for automated Web UI testing

  •    Javascript

Axe is an accessibility testing engine for websites and other HTML-based user interfaces. It's fast, secure, lightweight, and was built to seamlessly integrate with any existing test environment so you can automate accessibility testing alongside your regular functional testing. Sign up for axe news to get the latest on axe features, future releases, and events.

intern-a11y - Accessibility testing for Intern

  •    TypeScript

Intern-a11y. An accessibility testing helper for Intern.

gulp-axe-webdriver - Gulp plugin for aXe utilizing WebDriverJS

  •    Javascript

Gulp plugin for aXe utilizing WebDriverJS. Inspired by grunt-axe-webdriver and gulp-axe-core.

jest-axe - Custom Jest matcher for aXe for testing accessibility ♿️🃏

  •    Javascript

The GDS Accessibility team found that only ~30% of issues are found by automated testing. Tools like aXe are similar to code linters such as eslint or sass-lint: they can find common issues but cannot guarantee what you build works for users.




axe-sarif-converter - An axe-core reporter that outputs axe scan results in SARIF format (http://sarifweb

  •    TypeScript

Convert axe-core accessibility scan results to the SARIF format. Use this with the Sarif Viewer Build Tab Azure DevOps Extension to visualize accessibility scan results in the build results of an Azure Pipelines build.

nightwatch-accessibility - Nightwatch.js utility assertion for accessibility testing with aXe

  •    Javascript

Nightwatch.js utility assertion for accessibility testing with aXe. Injects the aXe library into the current test page.

axe-webdriverjs - Provides a chainable aXe API for Selenium's WebDriverJS and automatically injects into all frames

  •    Javascript

Provides a chainable aXe API for Selenium's WebDriverJS and automatically injects into all frames. Install Node.js if you haven't already. For running axe-webdriverjs tests read more about setting up your environment.


grunt-axe-webdriver

  •    Javascript

In your project's Gruntfile, add a section named axe-webdriver to the data object passed into grunt.initConfig(). A number that represents the maximum number of allowable violations. Each violation represents a rule that fails, it may fail for an number of nodes. It is recommended that this value not be changed. A negative value will prevent failure whatever the number of violations.