Automation insights and productivity tips from LEAPWORK.
Automating the test cases for your web application will most probably improve the efficiency and quality of your testing process, however, that’s only one part of the equation. The other is the automation tool you choose.
As more and more traditional front- and back-office applications are being migrated from desktop to web-based interfaces, testing the functionality of web applications is becoming highly critical. For that reason, learning what and how to automate is a crucial component of successful web app testing.
As the Coronavirus continues to spread across the globe, many people are spending an increasing amount of time online for work, entertainment, information and practical day-to-day purposes.
How can you automate without writing a single line of code? Find out in this whitepaper, where we address common challenges in testing and test automation.
In the jungle of automation tools, it can be complicated to select the right one for your enterprise. This is why we have listed 9 reasons to choose no-code automation tools in a factsheet. No-code automation tools speed up business processes and reduce errors while limiting boring and repetitive work.
Usually, in this blog, we tend to look at the LEAPWORK Automation Platform from a user perspective. We talk about how to automate different kinds of work processes and we also give you a few tips and tricks every now and then. However, we’ve recently made some changes to the core engine, so we thought it would be interesting to look into the engine room for a change. Buckle up because we’re about to get a little technical.
Selenium IDE is a great open source tool for HTML-savvy users who want record and playback automation of simple web applications, but it isn’t suitable for enterprises and has very limited functionality. This post compares Selenium IDE with LEAPWORK enterprise web automation.
Selenium is a great tool for professional programmers who want to automate web applications, but for users who don’t write code nor want to, there are better options. This post compares the code-based Selenium to LEAPWORK web automation. Watch our side-by-side video comparison of the two.
In thousands of enterprises, ServiceNow is the beating heart of daily operations. If something breaks, it will have effects across the business. The problem is that testing ServiceNow is a real time sink, which puts the platform’s agility at risk.
While Selenium is primarily used for automating web applications for testing purposes, it’s actually intended for browser automation more generally. It's up to Selenium users to come up with creative applications of the automation framework.
Failing digital channels can have a devastating effect on your revenue stream. In this post we’ll look at how to ensure the quality of e-commerce operations with the help of test and process automation.
Websites and web applications are crucial to how businesses acquire customers, and a growing number of traditional front and back-office applications are migrated from desktops to web-based interfaces. As web technologies come with their own challenges, being able to test them is highly critical.
At LEAPWORK, we are always looking for smarter ways to solve tasks, and we often use our own tool to help us do that. This post is a real-life example of how we in our marketing department built a simple automation case with significant efficiency gains. Specifically, we designed an automated test case for checking hundreds of domain names from a list with mock contact data.
LEAPWORK is a great match for automating ServiceNow. In this article, we show one example of how to do that, using dynamic forms and fields from an Excel sheet.
The size and complexity of Salesforce means that many repeatable tasks are performed manually by sales reps, marketeers and managers over and over every day. In a medium-sized company, it's not unusual to have manual workflows that take hundreds of hours to perform daily, which could (and quite possibly, should) be automated.
Are you doing test automation on web applications? We're about to boost your productivity so much your boss will think you're cheating.
Heavy customization combined with mandatory upgrades put a lot of pressure on functional and regression testing of ServiceNow implementations around the world.
This post covers how to easily automate tests of Dynamics 365 applications using the Selenium automation framework without having to program. Microsoft Dynamics 365 is a widely used suite of enterprise applications for practically any function within customer engagement, finance, and operations. With frequent updates to the core and standard applications, Dynamics-users face a growing workload of continuously verifying thousands of business-critical processes. * Scroll down if you want to skip directly to the video that shows how to do automated testing of Dynamics 365 with codeless Selenium automation, or download the factsheet.
A demonstration of how to iterate through found content with LEAPWORK's Selenium-based web automation capabilities.