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Automating the accessibility tests of your source code with GitHub Actions

22 Feb 2021
Automating your accessibility tests with libraries like axe, pa11y, lighthouse, or unit tests directly in your GitHub repository is really…
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How to test the accessibility of your components with Storybook

13 Feb 2021
Developing accessible web sites isn’t difficult if you use the right tools to test your components for accessibility, and Storybook is one…
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Creating a React library based on the collection of accessible PUXL SVG icons

25 May 2020
Some months ago, while following some accessibility experts on Twitter and attending some online conferences, I found a new framework to…
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Testing Web Accessibility - Part 3 - Testing in the browser

3 Jan 2020
Automated accessibility tests can free up your quality assurance (QA) team from manual testing every part of your application, but they can…
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Testing Web Accessibility - Part 2 - Testing the DOM

2 Jan 2020
Sometimes we, as developers, inherit and old codebase, or we join a project where no one took care of web accessibility tests. In those…
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Testing Web Accessibility - Part 1 - Testing the code

1 Jan 2020
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…