Imagine browsing pages (routes), receiving alerts and notifications, having a countdown timer on the page, a progress bar, a loading or a change of route in a SPA. Now imagine all this happening to people who have visual disabilities and who use screen readers.
The @vue-a11y/announcer (v2) provides an easy way to really tell what’s going on in your application to people using screen readers.
For vue-announcer version 1.* you can access this link
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Run the tests
git clone https://github.com/vue-a11y/vue-announcer.git vue-announcer # Run plugin cd vue-announcer npm install npm run dev # Run example cd examples npm install npm run dev cd .. # Run Cypress testing npm run test
Or run Cypress on interactive mode
npm run test:open
It is a simple webpack template already installed and configured. After the commands just access the http://localhost:8080/
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