IBM’s new open-source tool helps developers make their apps more accessible

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IBM’s new open-source tool helps developers make their apps more accessible

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If you are developing apps you might want to look into this:
When designing an application, developers might not put accessibility on top of their list. Plus, the developer might not have a handy list of what guidelines they should follow when thinking about accessible features. To address this issue, IBM has released a free toolkit and an accessibility checker that will help developers fine-tune their applications for people with disabilities...
IBM’s new open-source tool helps developers make their apps more accessible

What have you been using to check the accessibility of your app?


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Re: IBM’s new open-source tool helps developers make their apps more accessible

Post by J. H. Rasmussen »

I have just installed the IBM Equal Access Accessibility Checker, now i just need to figure out how to use it ;)

The actual url of the tools is: https://www.ibm.com/able/toolkit/

Thanks Accrete :)



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