Use Web Automation to automate test for any kind of Web pages and applications. Web automation is based on the Selenium framework and can be used for all web pages and frameworks.
Use Desktop UI Automation to automate test for all kind Desktop applications: Outlook, Word, Microsoft and Java-based front and back office applications.
Automate test of any Virtual desktop application: Citrix, Mainframe Terminals etc. Virtual Automation is based on Image & Text recognition and can automate anything on the screen.
This section gives you an inspirational insight into Web Automation, that you can use right away for testing your web applications.
1. Introduction to web automation
Start here to get the overview of web automation in Leaptest.
2. Testing the Internet
Watch the solutions to more than 25 web-based test challenges.
3. Scheduling web cases
Schedule web cases to run on remote environments.
4.A Working with the Web Editor – Part 1
Learn how to use the Web Editor for more complex situations.
4.B Working with the Web Editor – Part 2
A deep dive into the most complex features of the Web Editor.
5. Mobile Web Automation
Learn how to automate mobile web sites and applications.
Setting up a Selenium Grid
Learn how to setup a Selenium Grid and use it from Leaptest.
Automating Dynamics CRM
Learn how to automate Dynamics CRM.
Learn how to automate ServiceNow.
Learn how to automate SalesForce.
Watch this video to learn how to automate Sitecore.
Automating SalesForce dynamically using Excel
Learn how to use Excel to automate SalesForce.
Learn how to automate any of your Desktop applications , and get started building cases right away.
1. Introduction to Desktop UI automation
Start here to learn Desktop UI automation in Leaptest.
2. Working with Forms and Fields
Learn how to set field values in forms and work with the different field types.
3. Custom blocks and Data-driven cases
Create re-usable components and drive your case with data from external sources.
4.A Working with Strategy Editor – Part 1
Learn how to use the Strategy Editor to easily automate complex scenarios.
4.B Working with Strategy Editor – Part 2
Use Dynamic Fields to make your cases completely data-driven.
5. Multi application cases
Using multiple applications in an automation case.
6. Controlling multiple windows
Move seamlessly between multiple windows
7. Schedules and Reports
Setup schedules and monitor the result in the reporting section.
6. Handling Multi Window cases – Part 1
7. Handling Multi Window cases – Part 2
8. Using Image & Text recognition with Desktop UI automation
These lessons will show you how you can automate your Citrix, Remote Desktop and Terminal based applications.
Create your first Virtual Desktop case
Follow the steps top create your first Virtual Desktop automation.
Automation using image recognition
Understand how to use image recognition for Virtual Desktop cases
Capture text on screen
Find and Get text from Virtual Desktop applications using text recognition.
Clicking on elements and text on screen
Click images, elements and text as part of Virtual Desktop cases.
Drive mouse actions
Use the mouse to click, hover and drag elements in applications in your Virtual Desktop cases
Drive keyboard actions
Insert text, special characters and keystrokes as part of your virtual Desktop cases.
Use numbers and variables
Working with numbers and variables in your flows.
Schedules and reports
Position and Areas
Use Position and Areas to optimize image and text recognition.
Press and hold a key
Press and hold a key while performing other operations.
Login Forms on Virtual Desktops
Get input to login to an application in a Virtual Desktop case.
Working with drop-downs on Virtual Desktops
Get Tips & Tricks to work with dropdown fields in Virutal Desktop cases
Adding values to a form in a Virtual Desktop case
Fill in a form in a Virtual Desktop case with values from an external source.
Move beyond to the advanced features in Leaptest. We show you the advanced building blocks in action in real cases.
Drive data with Excel
Use Excel as a data source for your automation cases.
Custom Building Blocks
Use Custom Blocks to create reusable blocks and wrap functionality.
Drive data with databases
Create data-driven automation by integrating databases in your flows.
Get clipboard content
Use the clipboard to read the text from applications in difficult scenarios.
Call external APIs or web pages and use the result directly in the flows.
Using the clipboard to insert text
Use the clipboard to insert text into an application.
Command line automation
Extend your flows with Powershell, bat files etc. using the Command-Line block.
Use the public REST API to integrate your systems with Leaptest. See examples and real-life cases.
The Public Rest API
A short introduction to the public REST API.
Triggering a schedule
An example of triggering automation cases from external systems.
Third party integration
Considerations and possibilities when integrating with 3rd party systems.
HP Quality Center integration
Integration of HPQC with Leaptest using a powershell script.
Learn how to trigger test cases from Jenkins.
Learn how to trigger Leaptest as part of a build plan.
Team City Integration
Learn how to trigger Leaptest from Team City.
Create defects in Jira from Leaptest using a powershell script.
Create bugs directly in TFS based on failing test cases.
Learn how to install Leaptest in various environments and how to work with Leaptest in a team. Dig deeper into the architecture of Leaptest.
Testing on remote environments
Introduction to setting up remote environments.
Using in teams
Share cases, building blocks and images within your team.
Installation and Setup
Download, install and setup Leaptest on a single computer.