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README.md

Koa11y Logo

Koa11y

Koa11y is a desktop app that allows you to automatically detect accessibility (a11y) issues on webpages.

Screenshot of Koa11y

To download Koa11y, visit the website:


Koa11y is built with:


Development/Code Contributing

Koa11y is written in JavaScript, Sass, and HTML. It uses NW.js to interact with the OS and to be cross-platform.

To Open Dev Tools in Koa11y

  • Right-Click on the logo in the app.

To run source code locally (Win/OSX)

  1. Install Node (V4.0.0 or above)
  2. Download or clone this repo
  3. Run npm install
  4. Run npm start

To run source code locally (Ubuntu)

  1. Download or Clone this repo and go to it in the terminal.
  2. Update apt-get: sudo apt-get update
  3. Install Node.js: sudo apt-get install nodejs
  4. Install NPM: sudo apt-get install npm
  5. Create a symbolic link for node sudo ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node
  6. Run node -v to check if you have a version of Node that is 4.0.0 or above, if not, consult this.
  7. Download dependencies: npm install
  8. Run the app: npm start

If that works, then in the future you can just run npm start to run the app, the rest is all setup.