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Tag: development (4 posts)

a decorative image with the PUXL logo and the link to the GitHub repository of the React library explained in the blog post

Creating a React library based on the collection of accessible PUXL SVG icons

Some months ago, while following some accessibility experts on Twitter and attending some online conferences, I found a new framework to…
a summary with links of the testing tools to manual test the accessibility of a site explained in the blog post

Testing Web Accessibility - Part 3 - Testing in the browser

Automated accessibility tests can free up your quality assurance (QA) team from manual testing every part of your application, but they can…
a summary with links of the testing tools to test the accessibility of the whole DOM explained in the blog post

Testing Web Accessibility - Part 2 - Testing the DOM

Sometimes we, as developers, inherit and old codebase, or we join a project where no one took care of web accessibility tests. In those…
a summary with links of the testing tools to test accessibility during the development process explained in the blog post

Testing Web Accessibility - Part 1 - Testing the code

When we develop a new web application, we often put a lot of work on the design, on making it beautiful and usable. In other words, we want…