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axe-core

by dequelabs

Accessibility engine for automated Web UI testing

pa11y

by pa11y

Pa11y is your automated accessibility testing pal

robotjs

by octalmage

Node.js Desktop Automation.

contrast-ratio

by LeaVerou

A tool to calculate the contrast ratio between any two valid CSS colors.

domain-scan

by 18F

A lightweight pipeline, locally or in Lambda, for scanning things like HTTPS, third party service use, and web accessibility.

accessible-colors

by moroshko

Automatically find the closest accessible color combination

HTML_CodeSniffer

by squizlabs

HTML_CodeSniffer is a client-side JavaScript application that checks a HTML document or source code, and detects violations of a defined coding standard. Comes with standards that cover the three conformance levels of the W3C's Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0 and the U.S. Section 508 legislation.

awesome-regression-testing

by mojoaxel

🕶️ A curated list of resources around the topic: visual regression testing

colorPicker

by PitPik

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

colorable

by jxnblk

Color combination contrast tester

react-axe

by dequelabs

Accessibility auditing for React.js applications

color-blindness-emulation

by hail2u

SVG filter collection that emulate 8 types of color blindness.

Koa11y

by open-indy

Easily check for website accessibility issues

tota11y

by Khan

an accessibility (a11y) visualization toolkit

react-a11y

by reactjs

Identifies accessibility issues in your React.js elements

a11y

by addyosmani

Accessibility audit tooling for the web (beta)

accessibility-developer-tools

by GoogleChrome

This is a library of accessibility-related testing and utility code.

ember-a11y-testing

by ember-a11y

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

UDOIT

by ucfopen

The Universal Design Online content Inspection Tool, or UDOIT (pronounced, “You Do It”) enables faculty to identify accessibility issues in Canvas by Instructure. It will scan a course, generate a report, and provide resources on how to address common accessibility issues.