Why UiPath for Robotic Process Management?

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UiPath - Level 1 Robotic Process Automation

Learn UiPath the top RPA tool and automate your first process!

07:21:27 of on-demand video • Updated March 2021

  • Install UiPath Studio on WINDOWS (there is no Mac version)
  • Install packages for automating specific targets
  • Understand the UI & tool windows
  • Understand the most important RPA activity types
  • Understand how to add logic to software robots
  • Use "exception handling" to gracefully handle errors
  • Schedule robot execution using Orchestrator
English [Auto] Let's take a look at why you wife have is so attractive for robotic process automation. First path offers a complete solution. The components consist of the UI path studio which is an integrated development environment for developers. Then there's the UI path orchestrator which is a web application that provides centralized bot management triggering logging and even queues and things like that. Then finally there are the robots themselves. These are services that can be installed on human agents machines in an attended configuration or on VMS for unattended use. Creating robots with UI path is very intuitive. The robot logic is assembled using flowcharts and or sequences that can be nested one inside the other. There are many drag and drop activities that make it quick and easy to create the workflow you're looking for. It's very fast and easy to learn. And this accelerates your process automation endeavor as I just mentioned. There is an extensive activity library and it has hundreds of pre-built drag and drop actions that allow you to add control flow web interaction desktop applications API database configuration of these activities is very easy. You simply click on the activity and change some parameters in a window to the top right. All of this allows for faster automation changes UI path offers security as well. Credentials can be stored and encrypted on the centralized orchestrators server. Instead of building logic by hand UI path offers the ability to do recording. It offers specialized recorders for desktop applications web apps Citrix environment and terminal emulators. And of course this makes creating automation faster and more precise. There's an amazing universal search feature which allows you one single search mechanism for all automation resources including libraries activities projects and workflows. This definitely accelerates the automation development process. It's amazing UI path is extensible using code. Robot developers can design powerful and complex automations by incorporating custom VB Dot Net code if they need to. These customizations can be stored in the activity library and shared UI path offers very powerful debugging. It's intuitive inflexible. You've got things like step over step into slow step highlights and so on. It's a great experience and there's a section dedicated to debugging in this course UI path promotes collaboration because you can store protect and share your scripts in popular version control systems like and Test team foundation or DFS and SVM. Of course this promotes reuse of your workflows. It prevents loss and facilitates parallel development and or rollbacks of functionality when necessary UI path provides for third party integrations which means you can plug in various cognitive and OCR technologies from Abby. IBM Watson Google Microsoft and a variety of others at the API level. Finally UI path allows for server based licensing. This means that the licensing process is centralized and easy to manage. When it comes to your I.T. team dealing with deployments. So all in all you have is a very comprehensive and intuitive solution. It's one of the top three most respected RPA tools and I highly encourage you giving it a try for your PC.