If it happens on your desktop or in your browser, LEAPWORK can automate it. And we’re talking about every kind of test, task, and process. LEAPWORK is powered by native object inspection that works for most applications and technologies used for web and desktop applications – and the 100% codeless workflow enables you to automate just about anything from day one.
Automate across web and desktop technologies with native object inspection
Never write a single line of code. LEAPWORK's test automation tool let's you point and click to design automated tests
Integrate with your existing testing stack and CI/CD pipeline
Automate any website or web application by building visual flows powered by the world-leading browser automation framework, Selenium. No coding needed.
Test business-critical systems in and across Windows applications with native identification of objects and elements in applications.
The image and text recognition automation capabilitys is a powerful approach to automating Citrix, graphics, games, and native mobile applications.
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.
The combination of the core technologies that make up LEAPWORK gives you unmatched power for automating tests across technologies. Move seamlessly from SAP and web to desktop and Citrix - and even 3D apps - within a single automation flow.
Test runs are documented in three ways: A video recording of the entire run, a debug version of your design canvas, and an activity log with debug information from the building blocks. All three are correlated and inspected simultaneously. When you do a replay, building blocks are highlighted to ease troubleshooting as you move through the flow.