Sikuli

  1. Introduction
  2. How it Works ?

2.1. Sikuli: Seeing Pixels

2.2. User Interface For Taking Screenshots

2.3. Editor for Writing Sikuli Scripts

  1. Functions

3.1. For Handling Application

3.2. To Interacting with User

3.3. For General Setting & Information

3.4. Other Inportant Function

  1. Extensions

4.1. How to Download

4.2. How to Develop an Extension

4.3. How to Test an Extension

  1. Working Procedure
  2. Application & Example

6.1. Application of Sikuli Script

6.2. Example of Sikuli Script

  1. Evaluation of Sikuli Script

7.1. Evaluation

7.2. Testability Analysis

7.3. Reusability Analysis

  1. Limitation
  2. Future Development
  3. Summary & Conclusion
  4. Who is Using ?
  5. Sikuli
  6. Sikuli and Other Supporting Softwares Required
  7. Installing/Configuring JDK or JRE / Setting Class Path
  8. Installing Sikuli
  9. Starting Sikuli IDE
  10. Stop the script during run time:
  11. Sikuli Working Architecture:
  12. Check Box:
  13. dragDrop:
  14. Sliders
  15. Testing on Skype Application:
  16. Meeting Request Arrival Notifier:
  17. Images Dictionary/Repository:
  18. Open any application in run time.
  19. Run Sikuli from Command Line:
  20. Create Unit Testing Scripts for GUI:
  21. Sikuli Script in JAVA programs:
  22. Sikuli together with other IDE‘s – Eclipse:
  23. Import Packages/ Files
  24. Controlling Sikuli Scripts and their Behavior:
  25. Controlling Applications and their Windows:
  26. Interacting with the User
  27. Listening to Global Hotkeys
  28. General Settings and Access to Environment Information
  29. Low-level Mouse and Keyboard Actions

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