Automate any website and web application the agile way: No-code. Build superfast automation powered by Selenium, the leading browser automation framework. 100% codeless.
Works for websites, web apps, and mobile web pages
Cross browser, cross-device Selenium testing
Fully-featured platform for all automation requirements
If it happens in your browser, you can automate it. And we’re talking about every kind of web-based test, task, and process. Powered by the world-leading browser automation framework Selenium, LEAPWORK’s visual language enables you to automate just about anything – code free.
Automate testing of web applications from day one
Works with all web technologies and across browsers
Automate without ever writing a single line of code
Run your web test cases on your local device, an onsite Selenium Grid, or a cloud service to run in parallel and across
browsers and platforms. The LEAPWORK Automation Platform comes with built-in Sauce Labs and BrowserStack integrations.
Scale up and significantly increase device coverage by parallelizing web automation flows on both real devices and emulators.
Parallelize thousands of web-based automation flows on an onsite Selenium-Grid cluster of computers and devices – either in your network or in the cloud.
Easily test responsive and mobile web applications on simulated or real devices using the Selenium WebDriver protocol built into LEAPWORK.
Execute automation flows on virtual and cloud-based machines, including HyperV, vmware, Azure, AWS, and more.
Design and run your automation flows on your local machine, or let LEAPWORK Agents execute the flows on remote computers.
Automate web applications for any operating system, any desktop or mobile device, and any browser version using BrowserStack's cloud service.
Forget about complex, code-based tech-lingo. LEAPWORK’s next-generation visual language enables you to design automated tests with the flick of a click. Test cases are built as flowcharts with building blocks that do all the hard work. You simply click UI elements to capture and define operations and flow.
Run test cases with automated input from spreadsheets, databases, and web services. Call external sources through APIs and HTTP requests and use the results live. Enter data sources and dynamic values with visual connectors to instruct LEAPWORK to iterate through records of data while repeating the steps of test cases.