Steve Calvert (@scalvert) released 4.0.0 of ember-a11y-testing which included changes to the API to make it hands off in terms of running accessibility audits. The ember-a11y-testing library is a wrapper around Deque Labs'axe-core accessibility testing engine. It integrates into your testing environment using either a one-time setup, or in individual tests using an a11yAudit() test helper.
With the new 4.0.0 release, you can do audit of your code using the regular test helper APIs by importing the setupGlobalA11yHooks function and invoking it in tests/test-helper.js. The setupGlobalA11yHooks function lets you write your own strategy on when to invoke the audit using the shouldAudit argument so you can run it all the time, for all the configured helpers, every n tests, for specific modules or test names, by route, etc.
ember-select-light is a simple and accessible <select> dropdown component ✨. With its API, you can pass in a flat or nested array of options, or yield out to your template code that handles options. The component pairs nicely with the latest ember-component-patterns for Select Elements.
The 2.0.0 release drops support for older versions of Node and Ember. At minimum, Node v10 LTS and Ember.js v3.16 LTS are suggested. It also introduces some breaking syntax changes (see the upgrade guide). Lastly, documentation has been updated.