Using Axe to Add Accessibility Checks to Your Existing Selenium Tests

Posted Sep 15, 2020

Webinar Date: October 8, 2020 | 10:00 AM PDT

In this webinar, Magenic Practice Lead Troy Walsh will show how to leverage Axe, an accessibility testing engine, to add accessibility checks to your existing Selenium test suite.

Accessibility is no longer a nice to have but rather a must have for many applications. Luckily there are things like the W3C’s WCAG (Web Content Accessibility Guidelines) that help testers understand accessibility standards. But wait, it gets better for teams that are using Selenium. This is because adding accessibility checks to your automation is both quick and easy. 

In this webinar, Magenic Practice Lead Troy Walsh will show how to leverage Axe, an accessibility testing engine, to add accessibility checks to your existing Selenium test suite. You will see just how easy it is, and be left wondering why it took you so long to get started.

About our speakers

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Troy Walsh

Practice Lead, Magenic

Troy Walsh is the national quality engineering Practice Lead and DevOps lead for Magenic Technologies. He started his career in the DevOps space as a Release developer, creating custom build, deployment and installation solutions. He later transitioned to consulting where he developed a love for test automation. Troy is a frequent blogger, speaker (Agile DevOps West, STPCon, OnlineTestConf, Twin Cities Test Automation Group, SauceCon, The Executive Leadership Institute and more) and open source contributor (SeleniumAxeDotnet, MAQS, appium-dotnet-driver and more) with a passion for test automation and DevOps.

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October 8, 2020 | 10:00 AM PDT