ARIA and Assistive Technologies (ARIA-AT)
This repo contains a test suite and harness for assessing assistive technology (AT) support of ARIA. These tests are designed to be modular and embeddable in higher-level applications. A web app for managing test cycles and reporting test results (ARIA-AT-App) is also being developed and is planned to be available on w3.org in June 2020.
Scope and Method
The initial scope of this test suite is manual testing of a select set of desktop screen readers. Tests are written as assertions of expected screen reader behavior when using example implementations of design patterns in the ARIA Authoring Practices Guide.
You can participate by:
- Joining the community group
- Reviewing assertions of existing test plans
- Writing more tests
- Fixing a good first issue
Documentation for running this locally is available at docs/LOCAL_DEVELOPMENT.md.
All contributors to this project are expected to adhere to the W3C Code of Ethics and Professional Conduct.
All documents in this Repository are licensed by contributors under the W3C Document License.