Automate websites, web-based applications, and mobile web pages with Selenium-powered web automation. No coding needed.
Design web automation flows by connecting the LEAPWORK blocks. Be introduced to the most commonly used web automation functionalities.
This lesson covers how to reuse parts of an automation flow elsewhere by creating sub-flows and how to add parameters to a sub-flow.
Drive web automation flows with data from external sources like spreadsheets, databases, web services, and command line scripts.
Automate forms and fields in any web application. Learn how to use the Database building block to drive values dynamically into a form.
Automatically read and retrieve text, selections, numbers, etc. from a web page, including text fields, drop-downs, and radio buttons.
This tutorial covers how to work with lists of web elements, like table rows. Learn how to select all elements of the same type with a single capture.
Learn how you can apply the same intuitive web automation approach to mobile. Design automation flows locally and then run them in the cloud.
Learn how to use web automation as part of a multi-application flow and how to build asserts based on values from different applications.
This lesson covers: Setting up environments for remote execution, scheduling runs, and integrating to third-party cloud services.
Learn to automate authentication, dynamic content, file uploads, and much more.
Get started with Selenium Grid and run Leapwork test cases on your grid for increased coverage.
Learn the difference between web, desktop UI, and virtual desktop automation
Run BrowserStack locally by routing all requests from the browser through the local computer.
There are instances where you want to be able to capture web elements using dynamic values.
Run some or all of your test cases against multiple environments for better quality assurance.