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How to Automate Testing Ten Times Faster

Regular test automation tools not only require a sophisticated understanding of the technology stack, code frameworks and development methods. They also require learning either a proprietary scripting language or have professional-level experience with programming languages such as Java, Python or similar.

Building test automation cases without the complex process of writing code makes LEAPWORK more than 10 times faster than regular automation tools that require code.

 

Watch this 60 seconds explainer video or read why we conclude that LEAPWORK is 10 times faster than regular automation tools that require users to code.

 

Jakob Vinkel-Schaarup
Jakob Vinkel-Schaarup
Demand Generation Director at LEAPWORK

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