Accessibility testing (AT), also known as Accessibility Audit or Accessibility Review, is a software-testing technique used by organizations that develop applications to ensure that the applications are usable by persons with disabilities. The goal of AT is to make sure that persons with disabilities are able to use the application without any difficulty, i.e., they should be able to access all functionalities and information provided by the application. We have created a list of the 6 best open sources Ruby libraries for accessibility testing. This kit contains 6 libraries including stripe-ruby-mock - A mocking library for testing stripe ruby; axe-core-gems - Ruby integration for axecore, the accessibility testing engine; ra11y - Rubybased automated accessibility testing.
Ruby 135 Version:v0.8.0 License: Permissive (MIT)
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