Yesterday, the Edge team posted a new blog about ensuring high-quality browser accessibility with automated testing. This addition will help ensure accessibility is not accidentally regressed as we make other improvements to the browser.
Ongoing work has helped improve accessibility in Edge, but we want all Windows users to have a remarkable accessibility experience, no matter what browser they’re using. To help the community in this endeavor, Microsoft is open sourcing our HTML 5 Accessibility test harness code on Github with an MIT license.
We hope this can be useful in helping make our products work for everyone, and we look forward to feedback and contributions from the community!
Read the full blog post about these improvements on the Microsoft Edge Developer Blog.