UI Vision RPA is the tool for visual process automation, UI test automation and data scraping. Automate tasks on Windows, Mac and Linux. The UI Vision RPA core is a 100% free open-source browser extension. It can be extended with local apps for desktop UI automation. Get it now: Install RPA in your Chrome browser and in your Firefox browser (The links go to the Chrome and Firefox extension stores).
UI.Vision RPA's computer-vision visual UI testing commands allow you to write automated visual tests with UI.Vision RPA - this makes UI.Vision RPA the first and only Chrome and Firefox extension (and Selenium IDE) that has "👁👁 eyes". A huge benefit of doing visual tests is that you are not just checking one element or two elements at a time, you’re checking a whole section or page in one visual assertion.
The visual UI testing and browser automation commands of UI.Vision RPA help web designers and developers to verify and validate the layout of websites and canvas elements. UI.Vision RPA can read and recognize images and text inside canvas elements, images and videos.
UI.Vision RPA can resize the browser's window in order to emulate various resolutions. This is particularly useful to test layouts on different browser resolutions, and to validate visually perfect mobile, web, and native apps.
UI.Vision RPA can not only see and automate everything inside the web browser. It uses the same image and text recognition technology to automate your desktop as well (Robotic Process Automation, RPA). UI.Vision RPA’s eyes can read images and words on your desktop and UI.Vision RPA’s hands can click, move, drag & drop and type.
The desktop automation feature requires the installation of the free UI.Vision RPA Extension Modules (XModules). This is a separate software available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It adds the “eyes” and “hands” to UI.Vision RPA.
UI.Vision RPA includes standard Selenium IDE commands for general web automation, web testing, form filling & web scraping. But UI.Vision RPA has a different design philosophy then the classic Selenium IDE. It is a record & replay tool for automated testing just like the classic Selenium IDE, but even more it is a "swiss army knife" for general web automation like screen scraping, automating file uploads and autofill form filling. So it has many features that the classic IDE does not (want to) have. For example, you can run your macros directly from the browser as bookmarks or even embed them on your website. If there’s an activity you have to do repeatedly, just create a web macro for it. The next time you need to do it, the entire macro will run at the click of a button and do the work for you.
This short screencast demos how to automate form filling on our online ocr website with UI.Vision RPA. We record the macro, insert a PAUSE (3 seconds) command manually and then replay the macro twice.
UI.Vision RPA is a open-source alternative to iMacros and Selenium IDE, and supports all important Selenium IDE commands. When you invest the time to learn UI.Vision RPA, you learn Selenium IDE at the same time.
In addition, UI.Vision RPA includes new web automation commands that are not found in the classic Selenium IDE, such as the ability to write and read CSV files (data-driven testing), visual checks, file download automation, PDF testing and the ability to take full page and desktop screenshots.
UI.Vision RPA has a an extensive command line API. This allows UI.Vision RPA to integrate with any application (e. g. Jenkins, Cucumber, CI/CD tools,...) and any programming or scripting language (e. g. C#, Python, Powershell,...). The API includes detailed error reporting for reliable non-stop operation.
In other words, UI.Vision RPA can be remote controlled from any other scripting language via its command line API. And in the other direction, UI.Vision RPA itself can call other scripts and programs via its XRun command.
With its strict open-source security approach, UI.Vision RPA is more secure then any other Robotic Process Automation (RPA) solution on the market: UI.Vision RPA and its XModules are designed to fit the highest security and data protection standards for Enterprise use. All processing is done locally on your machine. The XModules only communicate with the open-source UI.Vision RPA browser extension.
UI Vision does not send any data back to us or any other place. You can easily verify this statement because all internet communication - like loading websites in your browser - is done inside the open-source UI.Vision RPA core . The fact that UI.Vision RPA is open-source under an official Open-Source license guarantees you the freedom to run, study, share and modify the software.
The only exception to the "all data is processed locally" rule is the OCR screen scraping feature and that is why it is disabled by default. Only when you explicitly enable it on the OCR tab - and use an OCR command - does it send images of text to the OCR.space cloud service for text recognition. A 100% local OCR option is available as part of our UI.Vision RPA Enterprise plans.
I'm very impressed - in a few hours I was able to fully replicate a web app test setup that had taken a week or so to build in Visual Studio Gui testing.
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We use UI.Vision to automate the process of extracting data files from our financial system. This used to be a manual process which now takes place automatically over night. UI.Vision made the automation of the procedure very easy.
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