To automate specific actions in the user interface, we are required to interact with various windows, buttons, drop-down lists, and many others. One of the ways in which UI elements can be identified is by using their position on the screen, but this can be unreliable.
To overcome this problem, UiPath Studio uses what we call selectors. This stores the attributes of a graphical user interface element and its parents, in the shape of an XML fragment.
In this session, we are going to discuss Selectors.
We would be discussing -
⦿ What are Selectors in Uipath (Basic)
⦿ How they are Made
⦿ What is Root Node and Actual Identifier in Selectors
⦿ Tags and Attributes
⦿ What is UI Explorer
⦿ Why and When to Use UI Explorer
⦿ UI Explorer Interface - Validate, Indicate Element, Repair, Highlight
⦿ UI Frameworks
⦿ What is Property Explorer
⦿ How to use Property Explorer with Get Attribute, Wait Attribute Activity and Set Web Attribute Activity