Accessibility is a rapidly growing concern for software development teams. Consumer preferences have shifted to digital-first experiences and updated government regulations are introducing stronger consequences for noncompliance. While we know testing for accessibility is the right thing to do, it’s not always integrated into quality strategies.
As an extension of its unified platform for quality engineering, mabl recently released accessibility checks and reporting capabilities as part of end-to-end testing. So now users have the ability to take advantage of mabl’s low-code approach to automated testing to build and run accessibility tests alongside their other functional UI and API tests. Listen as Fernando Mattos from mabl and SmugMug’s Senior Test Engineer, Dan Laabs, share how this new functionality is empowering teams to build more inclusive and accessible applications.