Android Accessibility Scanner

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Vincenzo Rubano
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As its name suggests, the Google Accessibility Test Framework for Android is an open source framework developed by [Google]/ to help developers test and evaluate the accessibility of their android applications. The framework can be embedded inside the app and, when invoked on a view hierarchy, it can perform a lot of automated accessibility tests.

The provided API is very flexible, letting the developer control exactly how, when and where accessibility testing should be performed, as well as deciding how to handle the results (display errors, throw exceptions, log information, ETC.).

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