Top 20 NuGet accessibility Packages
Create functional accessibility tests using the NVDA screen reader. Control NVDA from .Net, intercept their voice responses and check that your controls are working properly, as if you were using the screen reader directly. You can use this package not only for web accessibility testing, but also fo...
This package contains extensions to use NvdaTestingDriver with Selenium WebDriver. NVDA needs the browser window to be in the foreground, and it also needs any element to take the focus in order to analyze it. This package includes functions to do both.
This library provides XAML user controls and services to help developers build their app. It is part of the Windows Community Toolkit. -AligmentGrid : Displays a Grid that helps align the controls. -FocusTrackerControl : The FocusTracker Control is a feature that can be used to di...
Accessibility Inspector for Xwt (Xamarin.Mac) allows you to inspect views in realtime and detect possible accessibility issues.
What Input improves on track-focus by adding a data attribute on the body tag instead of littering the DOM with classes on elements that have been interacted with. It also exposes a simple API that can be used for scripting interactions.
A collection of accessible Twitter Bootstrap v3.3.7 user controls for ASP.NET. It's easy to forget to add ARIA attributes and other accessibility markup. With these controls, it's all handled for you! This project is forked from the Tie.Controls.Bootstrap project by pmcfernandes and features additi...
This package is a .NET wrapper around Quentin Cosendey's screen reader API. This API gives you an extra tool in your accessibility arsenal, by allowing you to communicate directly with screen readers. Currently supports SAAPI, JAWS, NVDA, Window Eyes and Supernova.
Using the Tenon.IO api, gives the ability to run accessibility tests for both URL's and source code.
Adds NUnit3 constraints for checking if WPF controls meet Accessibility best practice
A c# client for the AChecker accessibility validator.
Accessible Output allows you to create programs which speak either using the deault Windows (SAPI) voice, or to speak using a screen reader's API (providing a more natural user experience).
Software library that translates mathematical text into the United States standard Braille code for science and mathematics.