Chapter 4. Testing and Delivery

In our final chapter, we end with a discussion on testing the programmatic access of the UI and the keyboard access in your product. Testing for these two things can be done through a combination of software test tools, manual testing, and user scenario testing with assistive technology (AT) devices. In addition, we discuss documenting your implementation for delivery and summarize our recommendation for incorporating accessibility into your product in seven steps.

When it comes time to test your product, you want to focus on the most critical requirements or scenarios for your product first. For software that is complex, focus on the parts that are most critical to your scenarios or are most commonly used (for example, ...

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