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naak

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  Analyzed over 1 year ago

The .NET Accessibility Analysis Kit (NAAK) is designed to allow compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Section 508. This law lays out several web development guidelines to ensure web applications are accessible by people with disabilities. Most of the guidelines apply to ... [More] blindness, but others apply to deafness, color-blindness, motor impairments, and epilepsy. There are numerous free and commercial products to help ensure Section 508 compliance. Most of the free products come in the form of a browser toolbar (such as the popular WAVE toolbar: http://wave.webaim.org/toolbar) or website to which you can submit a URL for validation. While these are excellent tools, they all share a common limitation: the accessibility checking they provide can't be accessed by an automated user interface test (such as one written in WATiN, WATiR, or Selenium). The toolbars are designed for human use and the validation websites require that your site be deployed publicly and not include any login-based security. NAAK addresses this challenge by placing a banner across the bottom of each page in your web application to notify you of any known accessibility issues (for example, an img tag without an alt attribute). This helps ensure compliance in two ways. First, it clearly exposes accessibility issues to each developer, QA analyst, and application reviewer. Second, and more importantly, because it is returned as HTML with each page, it can be checked using any web user interface testing framework. The one major caveat is that the tool only works with XHTML-compliant sites. Before checking for accessibility issues, it validates the site is XHTML compliant using Josh Twist's Validator Module: http://www.thejoyofcode.com/Validator_Module.aspx. NAAK was inspired by and derived it's name from another open-source project named Ruby Accessibility Analysis Toolkit (RAAKT), http://www.peterkrantz.com/raakt/wiki/. After all, why should those Ruby guys have all the best tools and libraries? [Less]

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WatiN Jobsite Sample

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This project is a sample implementaiton of WatiN based automated tests. This sample code accompanies a series of blog posts at http://www.teknologika.com/blog/

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watin-htmlunit

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

Watin Fork to Incorporate HtmlUnit via IKVM

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fluentwatin

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

A framework for fluent WatiN integration tests TBD

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yatfram

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This project incorporates all the good testing practices into one easy to use testing framework. Based on the principles of BDD, you can now easily test your APIs or your website in the browser -- basically whatever you want (you can even use it to unit test). It is now very easy to specifiy your ... [More] behavious (and keep them in sync with your executable code). [Less]

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watin-contrib

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

This project provides community extensions and contributions for the popular WatiN library which is used for Web Application Testing in .Net. For more information about WatiN, please visit: http://watin.sourceforge.net/ The principal aim of this project is to enable WatiN community members to ... [More] share extensions and contributions. To join the project as a committer please subscribe to the WatiN developer mailing list and make a request. At present time the project includes the following libraries: WatiN.WebForms: A control library for automating ASP.Net controls. [Less]

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xmlwatir

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  Analyzed about 1 year ago

C# library that allows the definition and modification of Watin test scenarios in XML for easy maintenance. It also includes a recorder

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Reusable Library

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  Analyzed 11 months ago

A collection of reusable abstractions for enterprise application developer: caching, IoC, pagination, repository, application services, unit of work, background processing, exception trace policy, work item, etc. Integration with Unity 2.0, EntLib 5.0, ASP.NET MVC 3.0, WatiN 2.0, Memcached 1.4.5. ... [More] Modular design for both .net 2.0 and .net 4. [Less]

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