Published on March 17, 2017 by Chrome

aXe on GitHub: goo.gl/0FDyHW

Manually reviewing a site for accessibility issues can be a time consuming process. Automated tools help streamline the work and make it easier to catch subtle mistakes. Today on A11ycasts we’ll show one of those tools, a library called aXe, and how you can use it as a drop in script, a Selenium runner, or from your command line.

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7 Comments on "Automated testing with aXe — A11ycasts #15"

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robrez
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robrez
2 days 15 hours ago

does this tend to generate fewer false positives than wct a11ySuite (chrome dev tools)?

Ranger2000
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Ranger2000
2 days 17 hours ago

thank you for the really good introduction

Rami Nas
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Rami Nas
5 days 22 hours ago

i have very good idea for chrome inter face

Rami Nas
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Rami Nas
5 days 22 hours ago

google joke= jokela

Rami Nas
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Rami Nas
5 days 22 hours ago

hey rob im traying to contact you for creat google joke becouse google image not helping isend request on facebook

TheJaredWilcurt
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TheJaredWilcurt
7 days 21 hours ago

Damn, I just released Koa11y a few days ago, it's built on top of Pa11y. Now I'm thinking it may make more sense to add in aXe support. Maybe a future version.

Denis TRUFFAUT
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Denis TRUFFAUT
7 days 23 hours ago

Interesting !

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