Accessibility Testing with Azure DevOps Pipelines
App Dev Manager, Drew Lewis walks through an example of how to improve the accessibility of your web applications using Azure DevOps Pipelines.
In this post I am going to walk you through an example of how to improve the accessibility of your web applications using Azure DevOps Pipelines.
I was recently working with one of my customers to help them improve the usability of their applications as mandated by their IT staff. The goal was to create quality web applications that can be equally useful to all users including those with disabilities. Together, we reviewed many good tools and potential best practices, but we wanted something that would specifically run as part of the application release process.
While there are other tools available to test the accessibility of your web site within a web browser or IDE, doing so as part of your CI/CD routines makes the most sense. Having continuous insight into your accessibility compliance makes it easier to manage and address potential issues as they are found. Adding these quality and approval gates also keeps non-compliant applications from reaching production without explicit management intervention.
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