in Accessibility, Ruby, Testing

New release of the Ruby Accessibility Analysis Kit and online interface

The current version has some minor bug fixes that will speed up testing. The online test interface has been updated to support direct input of markup. This is for those of you unable to install Raakt locally.

This means that there is no reason to skip basic accessibility testing of whatever you are developing! To find out more on how you can integrate Raakt in your testing framework check out the Raakt wiki which now has a lot more information.

  1. Hi, I’m wondering if its possible that you could provide the online test interface code alongside the command line code?

    We’ll be implementing your raakt framework soon and I’d prefer not to have to repeat exisiting fucntionality.

    Thanks in advance,
    – Richard

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