Guide to How Evinced Operates and a List Top Features
When developing software, accessible code should be written naturally. Unfortunately, this isn’t the case. There usually needs to be accessibility testing woven into the basics of the development process. To make sure this is done throughout your website, Evinced provides a wide array of accessibility testing options. Each of which can be employed during the development phase, as well as the entire development process. The automated features detect problems with accessibility and then recommend solutions. Evinced does this in such a way that their instructions are clear and useful for developers.
The usual requirement for achieving 100% accessibility is employing both automated and manual features, seeing as AI cannot complete the process by itself. A mere 30-45% of compliance issues are caught by the average AI accessibility checker. The tech at Evinced goes deeper, into the code itself, in order to provide deeper analysis.
The AI checks that all functions on a given website work and if the code corresponds to what was written. This system allows the AI to catch many more errors, reducing the dependence on costly manual remediation. Evinced will not only reduce the costs but is incredibly fast, so efficiency will also be improved.
Site Scanner provided by Evinced
The Site Scanner provided by Evinced crawls through thousands upon thousands of web pages, scanning them for issues with accessibility. Fast and able to generate easily comprehensible reports, the Scanner sorts problems by severity, type of accessibilities issues, and pages affected by issues types. Also, a neat, unusual feature is the Evinced Scanner clumping issues into components, meaning that repetitive issues will be easily cleared from the code.
Outstanding feature Dev Debugger
Another cool feature is the Dev Debugger. It facilitates the identification of important accessibility problems as individual components. This permits devs to uncover elements that have not been implemented correctly at the code level. The Debugger then provides examples, in code, for remedying these issues. After this, the technician will test and validate that the changes were successful. The Dev Debugger provided by Evinced can be integrated with Chrome’s tools for development.
Software Developer Kit
Next, let’s discuss the SDK provided by Evinced. SDK is short for Software Developer Kit. This is a selection of tools for development that can be integrated into any development process, no matter how often code is released. Evinced has made sure that your UI can support its frameworks for testing. Evinced has also made sure your Dev/QA build will automatically uncover background accessibility issues during testing of your web app. SDK can also support the iOS Accessibility Debugger, as well as a desktop client, which permits you to find exactly where these issues are. This iOS Debugger will facilitate a much more detailed analysis of accessibility problematics.
Next, let’s move on to the User-flow Analyzer. This item can be of particular interest to people developing software, as well as Automation and QA engineers. It permits the identification of accessibility issues in user flows. It accumulates and keeps track of said issues and communicates with the developers – all via automation.
End-to-End Mobile Accessibility Solution
On the 14th of September Evinced announced the operation of their mobile checkers for both iOS and Android. They now offer both the Flow Analyzer and Automation Process for Mobile devices. As stated by Evinced, “[Our] mobile accessibility solutions are built for enterprise-scale and can be used by any enterprise developers looking to test a mobile app for critical accessibility issues.”