Universal AI-powered task and UI test automation. RPA combines Visual Web Automation, Visual Desktop Automation and Selenium IDE++.
Welcome to the UI.Vision BETA Edition and thank you for helping to beta test.
****V7.0.12 is a BETA release with known issues ****
What's new: This release is the first step for our Manifest V3 conversion.
UI.Vision RPA (formerly known as Kantu) combines Visual Web Automation, Visual Desktop Automation and Selenium IDE++. The combination of classical browser automation with modern computer vision makes UI.Vision RPA the powerful and popular solution to automate web and desktop apps. The extension is open-source.
Note on the extension permissions needed: Since UI Vision RPA is an automation tool (web macro recorder) that works with all websites it needs broad permissions. This forum post explains the permissions we use and why: https://forum.ui.vision/t/ui-vision-rpa-chrome-extension-permissions-explained/4042
This BETA Edition is the latest new version from our development team. It is not intended for production use, as it can change anytime and might contain bugs. The regular, stable UI.Vision release is available at
More information about UI.Vision RPA:
UI.Vision RPA combines three robotic process automation (RPA) tools into one:
(1) Visual Browser Automation and UI Testing
The visual UI testing commands of UI Vision help web designers and developers to verify and validate the layout of websites and canvas elements. UI Vision can read and recognize images and text inside canvas elements, images and videos.
UI Vision can resize the browser's window in order to emulate various resolutions. This is particularly useful to test layouts on different browser resolutions, and to validate visually perfect mobile, web, and native apps.
(2) Visual Desktop Automation for Windows, Mac and Linux
UI Vision can not only see and automate everything inside the web browser. It uses image and text recognition to automate your desktop as well (Robotic Process Automation, RPA). UI Vision can read images and text on your desktop and click, move, drag & drop the mouse and simulate keyboard input.
The desktop automation feature requires the installation of the free UI Vision XModules. This is a separate software package available for Windows, Mac and Linux. It adds the “eyes” and “hands” to UI Vision.
(3) Selenium IDE++
UI Vision includes Selenium commands for general web automation, web testing, form filling & web scraping. But Kantu has a different design philosophy then the classic Selenium IDE. On the one hand it is a record & replay tool for automated testing just like the classic Selenium IDE, but even more it is a "swiss army knife" for general web automation like screen scraping, automating file uploads and autofill form filling. It has many features that the classic IDE does not (want to) have. For example, you can run your macros directly from the browser as bookmarks or even embed them on your website. If there’s an activity you have to do repeatedly, just create a web macro for it. The next time you need to do it, the entire macro will run at the click of a button and do the work for you.
UI Vision RPA is intended as an Open-Source alternative to iMacros, UIPath and Selenium IDE, and supports all important Selenium IDE commands. When you invest the time to learn UI Vision RPA, you learn Selenium IDE at the same time.
UI Vision includes many features that are not found in the classic Selenium IDE, such as the ability to write and read CSV files (data-driven testing), visual checks for UI testing, file download automation, PDF testing and the ability to take full web page and desktop screenshots.
(API) Integrate with your favorite tools via command line
UI Vision has a detailed command line API. This allows you to integrate UI Vision with any other application. For example, UI Vision is often integrated with Jenkins and CI/CD tools or the Windows task scheduler. UI Vision can be automated and controlled from any programming or scripting language, for example Python or Powershell.
For questions and suggestions, please visit the active UI Vision RPA community forum at https://forum.ui.vision