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Reconciling twitter threads and manual testing

This weekend on twitter I saw this thread from Alan Page in response to this article about why manual testing is still important. I read both several times, and was left very confused because most of what Alan wrote (as I understood it) didn’t seem to have much relationship to the article (as I understood… Read more

Testability as observability and the Accessibility Object Model

I attended a talk today by Rob Dodson on some proposals for the Accessibility Object Model that are trying to add APIs for web developers to more easily manipulate accessibility features of their apps and pages. Rob went through quite a few examples of the benefits the proposed APIs would bring, from simple type checking… Read more