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Koa11y

by open-indy

Easily check for website accessibility issues

AATT

by paypal

Automated Accessibility Testing Tool

axe-core

by dequelabs

Accessibility engine for automated Web UI testing

robotjs

by octalmage

Node.js Desktop Automation.

colorPicker

by PitPik

Advanced javaScript color picker and color conversion / calculation (rgb, hsv, hsl, hex, cmyk, cmy, XYZ, Lab, alpha, WCAG 2.0, ...)

Color

by soffes

Color utilities for macOS, iOS, tvOS, and watchOS

ember-a11y-testing

by ember-a11y

A suite of accessibility tests that can be run within the Ember testing framework

open-color-ratio

by xnuk

Open color contrast ratio check based on WCAG 2.0

wcag_color_contrast

by mkdynamic

Calculate the WCAG contrast ratio between 2 colors.

fractal-tenon

by tollwerk

Fractal component library tool (http://fractal.build) plugin for accessibility testing against Tenon (http://tenon.io)

A11y

by MicrosoftEdge

Automated testing for HTML5Accessibility.com

AT-browser-tests

by ThePacielloGroup

mapping of HTML features Aural UI and how these features are conveyed to users of AT.

nightwatch-a11y-testing

by gerardkcohen

There're a lot of accessibility tools available today. This presentation will provide an overview of these tools, and how they can be built into your workflow. From basic, all the way to advanced automated E2E testing. Geared for front-end developers/ engineers looking to improve the accessibility of their work.

a11y-testing-vms

by ckundo

How to configure a VirtualBox Windows VM for testing accessibility

wcag-zoo

by data61

WCAG-Zoo is a set of command line tools that help provide basic validation of HTML against the accessibility guidelines laid out by the W3C Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0.

ace-core

by daisy

Ace by DAISY, an Accessibility Checker for EPUB

Rocket Validator

Rocket Validator provides web developers with a web spider that can crawl a complex site and check up to 5,000 pages for HTML5 conformance and accessibility.

Photosensitive Epilepsy Analysis Tool

by TRACE

The Trace Center's Photosensitive Epilepsy Analysis Tool (PEAT) is a free, downloadable resource for developers to identify seizure risks in their web content and software. The evaluation used by PEAT is based on an analysis engine developed specifically for web and computer applications.