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Our vision about the future of work lead us to thinking that automation should be part of everyone's daily work. This is why we want to empower small businesses and independent individuals with the full UiPath capabilities and features.
Because we think our tool can be used to automate any repeatable tasks. Free your imagination and share with the community what task or project you’ve managed to automate. Let others know what automation techniques you used in order to speed up your work.
With UiPath you can create windows automation software that manipulates applications, akin to how a human uses the computer. You can create an automation robot as easy as you train a human user, by simply indicating on the screen what the
steps of the automation are and assembling them into a visual flowchart diagram. Anyone can understand a flowchart, and automation is just as intuitive.
UiPath Studio introduces a visual, declarative way of describing how to automate a process, and you can use it in the same way you use a Visio diagram. When working with the presentation layer of other apps, you simply indicate on the screen what operation you need to perform. UiPath understands the UI at the logical control level and does not rely on the position of elements on screen. This makes automation much more reliable and independent of screen-size and resolution.
UiPath has pioneered the screen scraping of running desktop apps with 100% accuracy in under 16 milliseconds. Prior to UiPath, screen scraping had a low accuracy rate and was slow and fragile.
UiPath features an innovative technique for extracting text from running apps, even if they are hidden or covered by another app.
Web scraping is a premier feature of the screen-scraping landscape, as there are dedicated methods for extracting pattern-based data that span multiple web pages.
You create a Windows macro with the UiPath recorder in the same way that you would train a human user to use an application. Indicate directly on the screen where to click, type, select, copy, paste, or perform any other common action and UiPath will generate a visual script like in the image below.
UiPath's macro recorder allows you to record mouse events and keyboard activities to generate automation scripts. The arrangement of the activities is on the sequence of actions being performed in the screen. This sequence is saved in your workflow and you can use later playback the recorded actions.
UiPath goes beyond simple web-scraping techniques. It can automatically log in to a website, extract data that spans multiple webpages, filter and transform it into the format of your choice, before integrating it into another application or web service. In fact, UiPath resembles a real browser with a real user, so it can
extract data that most automation tools cannot even see. No programming is needed to create intelligent web agents, thanks to its drag-and-drop graphical designer, but the .NET hacker inside you will have complete control over the data.
UiPath Web Automation uses a built-in recorder that can read and enact web-based activities. It identifies web elements by their attributes and accurately manipulate them while keeping up with website changes. It works with any website, no matter how complex it is, and can be remotely deployed on various machines in the network. The graphical workflow editor is intuitive and requires no coding skills. Form filling, screen scraping, data extraction and transfer between applications, website testing and periodical report generation are major common tasks that can readily benefit from web automation. UiPath comes with built-in data extraction activities that enables you to query structured data on the web as easily as you can query a database.
Working with UiPath feels natural. You can design a process by assembling its steps into a flow-chart interface.
UiPath comes with hundreds of predefined objects you can simply reuse. Its built-in objects include checking emails, downloading attachments, reading office and pdf documents, working with spreadsheets and databases or calling web services.
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