New! WorldSpace Attest Mobile for iOS – The Solution For Native Mobile Accessibility Testing
No More Waiting
You’ve seen WorldSpace Attest’s self-sufficient features and how we made it available for Android. Now, there’s no more waiting: we have released the WorldSpace Attest for iOS. Developers will now be able to test their applications in a WorldSpace Attest simulator right on their desktops.
The mobile version of WorldSpace Attest still has your favorite attributes of WorldSpace Attest: easy reporting and data export for clear feedback so that team members can efficiently communication and achieve accessibility across their organization.
Below we will show you how WorldSpace Attest Mobile iOS’ interface, emulator, and how it works.
How Does it Work?
The mission of Deque System’s WorldSpace Attest for mobile is to hand someone who is new to accessibility a tool that will make their applications more accessible. Depending on the tool or scanner, a new user will be told to fix all issues via automation, which will make the application less accessible in the end. This is because some tools will supply false positives or will improperly direct you to correct an accessibility issue.
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WorldSpace Attest Mobile iOS Pattern Library
The image on the left illustrates the WorldSpace Attest Mobile App. This application comes with the Deque iOS pattern library, the rule sets are listed in the example image. WorldSpace Attest Mobile for iOS would run on your desktop and will still plug into your development environment alongside the app.
The Automated Testing Interface
Interactive Automated Testing Interface
Below is a sample view of what WorldSpace Attest for Mobile iOS simulator would look like for an interactive expert who is using the application. The application will tell the expert what violations are found in the test and how they should be fixed in accordance with WCAG 2.0 AA standards. As a bonus, this app will even tell you what color contrast you are currently at. Having a tool like this for both developers and subject matter experts will help make it a collaborative effort, ensuring that responsibility isn’t placed on any one person. Ultimately, that means you’re creating an environment where accessibility can scale along with your organization.
Developer Automated Testing Interface
Below is an example interface of the code a developer would be looking at in WorldSpace Attest for Mobile iOS. This developer view is a preview of different rules that have failed. This tool will allow developers to report, track, and validate a significant amount of accessibility bugs on their own, freeing up subject matter experts time and saving resources down the line. Development teams will be able to take charge of their own accessibility testing rather than waiting for feedback from QA or a third-party review team.
The benefit of WorldSpace Attest Mobile for iOS is that it will help you and your development team catch accessibility errors while coding for mobile applications. In the end, this system will dramatically reduce the time and cost of accessibility testing. This automated system will also provide consistent results for subject matter experts and developers alike. Not only does WorldSpace Attest Mobile for iOS catch accessibility errors while coding, but it never reports false errors and it a pick-up issues in cross-domain iframes.