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Boost Productivity in Testing with Web Automation

Are you doing test automation on web applications? We're about to boost your productivity so much your boss will think you're cheating.

Every day across the internet, in Slack channels, in forums and on social media, people are asking the same question: Is there a way to test web applications with Selenium without wasting so many hours on programming?

The answer so far has been a resounding "no, but if you find one please let us know..."

We've been working very hard on a much better answer and we're almost there.

In a few short weeks, we are going to release complete support for Selenium WebDriver directly inside LEAPWORK. You'll get 20+ new and super-easy-to-use building blocks that can do anything from interacting effortlessly with web elements across nested iframes, using dropdowns and checkboxes, handling challenging DOM changes, XHR requests and much, much more. You'll be able to run your tests across all operating systems and browser types supported by Sauce Labs, Browserstack or your own Selenium Grid.

All without you having to write a single line of code.

Everything you need for web automation

Dig deeper into web automation with the LEAPWORK guide on everything you need to know to automate web-based tests and processes.
The LEAPWORK Guide to Web Automation

Claus Topholt
Claus Topholt
CTO and co-founder of LEAPWORK.

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