As its name suggests, the Google Accessibility Test Framework for Android is an open source framework developed by [Google]/https://www.google.com) to help developers test and evaluate the accessibility of their android applications.Read more
Frameworks and Libraries
In this section you can find various frameworks and libraries to help you produce, test and evaluate accessible web content and applications. These tools can provide valuable support in order to create products that conform to web accessibility standards and guidelines.
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Initially developed by Hewlett-Packard (HP), and after by Google, Tesseract is an open source project that provides two different (yet related) things: an OCR engine (called libtesseract), available as a framework; a command line program (called tesseract), that allows performing a complete OCR process leveraging the features provided by the “libtesseract” framework.Read more
Being developed under the umbrella of the Mozilla Foundation (the same foundation who develops the Firefox browser and Thunderbird mail client), Mozilla TTS is an open source framework whose goal is to simplify the creation of Text to Speech (TTS) voices based on artificial intelligence (AI) techniques.Read more
The assistive technology service provider interface (AT-SPI) is the primary assistive technology infrastructure for the Solaris and Linux operating systems; it defines APIs and communication protocols required to make desktop applications accessible and enables assistive technologies (such as the gnome-orca screen reader to work within such applications.Read more
Named in honor of Louis Braille, Liblouis is an open-source library that provides support for braille translation and back-translation. It features support for computer and literary braille, supports contracted and uncontracted translation for many languages and has support for hyphenation.Read more
Accsupp is an experimental package that provides a low level interfaces for programmers to tag page fragments in PDF documents to improve their accessibility. In other words, it helps making PDF documents generated from LaTeX sources compliant with PDF/UA, and therefore accessible!Read more