User Interface Automation in StudioX

In this UI Automation course, we will cover how UiPath StudioX handles User Interfaces, and how to build more reliable automation projects.
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User Interface Automation in StudioX

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About the UiPath StudioX User Interface Automation Course  

The UiPath UI Automation course offers an introduction to User Interface automation. This course covers the basics of UI automation using UiPath StudioX. You will learn best practices for UI automation, as well as troubleshooting and debugging techniques.   

The User Interface Automation with StudioX UiPath course is aimed at beginners. It takes 2 hours to complete. Once finished, you’ll receive a diploma of completion.  

Product Alignment: This training is based on the UiPath StudioX 2021.10 product version but is applicable to newer versions as well. 


Course Prerequisites 

Before taking this course, you should complete the following course: 

  • Build Your First Automation with StudioX.


Course Audience 

This course is aimed at business users. 


UiPath User Interface Automation Course Agenda 

The UI Automation in UiPath course covers an introduction to StudioX and UI automation projects. You are taught how to build User Interface automation projects, as well as useful RPA practice. The full agenda covers:  

UI Automation 

  • Introduction to UI Automation
  • Recording UI Interactions
  • Using the Object Repository
  • The UI Automation Activities
  • Extracting Data from an Application



  • Practice - The RPA Challenge


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UiPath StudioX User Interface Automation Learning Objectives 

At the end of the User Interface Automation in StudioX course, you should be able to: 

  • Effectively build User Interface automation projects by:
  1. Adding UI libraries to a project and using the Object repository in UI activities.
  2. Using the Recorder tool to track the actions on screen.
  3. Manually configuring targets and anchors for UI activities.
  • Extract table structured data from a website or an application and store it for further use in a project.