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webinar: UI Automation 101: 7 Little Known Ways To Leverage RVL

13-May-2020 by Inflectra

Inflectra and Alexey Grinevich explore the ins and outs of UI Automation 101  and invite you to the live webinar: UI Automation 101: 7 Little Known Ways To Leverage RVL (Rapise Visual Language) on May 13, 2020.

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WHY THIS WEBINAR?

Rapise Visual Language - this is much more than a script-free keyword approach. Some of its unique features help make testing frameworks reliable and easy to use. Serviceability is an integral part of  RVL's design, complemented by other features built into Rapise.

 

WEBINAR TAKE-AWAYS:

In this webinar you will learn the following:

  • Way to use RVL for codeless scripts
  • RVL role in maintenance
  • RVL role in making testing frameworks

Please bring your questions, as we will have a Q & A session at the end. 

 

WEBINAR DETAILS / Date & Time: 

Wednesday, May 13, 2020 @ 10AM (EST) / 4PM (CEST)

 

WEBINAR PARTICIPANT PROFILE:

This series is intended for:

  • Manual testers thinking about switching to automated testing
  • Developers who need to create E2E automated tests
  • Anyone wishing to expand into the field of test automation.

WEBINAR PRE-REQUISITES:

There are no prerequisites for attending this course. It is also completely free.

 

WEBINAR PRESENTER:

Alexey Grinevich is a Software Developer at Inflectra Corporation. He is one of the creators of the Rapise test automation tool. He holds a master’s degree in computer science and a PhD in Applied Mathematics and has been working in the IT industry for the past 20 years in areas such as compilers, computer languages, runtime debuggers. For the last ten years the major interest is software for automated testing. At Inflectra, Alexey has been responsible for researching the tools, technologies and processes in the software testing and quality assurance space for the past five years. His special interest is legacy APIs and desktop system testing.

 

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