In this section you can find different plugins and tools to help you integrate various accessibility checks in your linting process. While coding, this can help you prevent and find out accessibility issues as they arise.
Lint (or a linter) is a static code analysis tool used to flag programming errors, bugs, stylistic errors and suspicious constructs (i.e. that may have unintended behaviors, or hide bugs) within source code. Linting can happen as a separate step within your development process (e.g. invoking a command line tool), or continuously: most Integrated Development Environments (IDEs) offer the ability to continuously lint your code while editing it, highlighting generated warnings and errors.
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Web accessibility evaluation tools are tools you can use to evaluate wether web content (websites or applications) meets accessibility standards and guidelines, identifying actual issues and potential ones; some of them are also designed to be used as development aids.Read more