Accessibility Tools Framework

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The Accessibility Tools Framework (ACTF) is a subproject of the Eclipse Technology Project. The ACTF is a software framework which serves as an extensible infrastructure upon which developers can build a variety of utilities that help to evaluate and enhance the accessibility of applications and content for people with disabilities. A collection of example utilities will also be provided which were created on top of the framework such as compliance validation tools, assistive technology simulation applications, usability visualization tools, unit-testing utilities, and alternative accessible interfaces for applications. The ACTF infrastructure and the utilities will be integrated into a single tooling environment on top of the Eclipse framework. The framework components will function cooperatively with each other and with other Eclipse projects to provide a comprehensive development environment for creating accessible applications and content.

This project is part of Mars, Luna, Kepler, Juno, Indigo, Helios, and Galileo.
Latest Releases: 

From February 25th, 2011 to June 24th, 2015

NameDateReview
1.3.02015-06-24
1.2.02014-06-25Review
1.1.02013-06-26Review
1.0.22013-03-01
1.0.12012-09-28
1.0.02012-06-27Review
0.9.22012-02-24
0.9.12011-09-23
0.9.02011-06-22Review
0.8.22011-02-25
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Commits on this project (last 12 months).