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Re: Accessibility testing an App

From: Sean Murphy (seanmmur) <seanmmur@cisco.com>
Date: Wed, 26 Sep 2018 21:38:34 +0000
To: Matt Elton <mattelton35@gmail.com>
CC: "w3c-wai-ig@w3.org" <w3c-wai-ig@w3.org>
Message-ID: <DB1D4A22-4B5E-4369-BB31-074792CF8505@cisco.com>
Matt, Apple provides a library to perform code inspection for iOS native apps  I believe android also provides The same capability. If you’re running a webpage on mobile device then using a tool like AXE  where you are using JavaScript to call the code inspection program would also work.  If the app is a web both standalone which I have seen I’m not sure.

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> On 27 Sep 2018, at 5:35 am, Matt Elton <mattelton35@gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Hi everyone, 
> 
> I emailed a few months ago for advice on how best to check the accessibility of a website on mobile and desktop. Your feedback was very helpful - so thanks again for that..
> 
> We have now progressed on, and I would very much like to check the accessibility of an Android and iOS app (ideally against WCAG v2.1). Can anyone talk me through how this can be done as it is difficult to see the code behind the App. Is it enough to run assistive tech on it (i.e. VoiceOver, Talkback etc). or is there a way to look at the code as well?
> 
> Cheers for your help,
> Matt 
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