I am a relative newbie to Sahi but I am finding that Sahi is a fantastic way to automate tests and then run them on a variety of browsers including Firefox, Chrome and IE. I am a little reluctant to include IE because it gives me the most problems when dealing with https sites. I haven't tried Sahi on a Mac, but I am confident that it will work there without too much difficulty. FYI. I developed an interesting pattern for moving through our website by having a script per page that "knows" how to recursively include the path it needs to get from any given starting page to itself. This is a work in progress because there are a lot of pages. I will be adding more smarts so that each page script will "know" how to test the page, including link testing and full page screen captures. Suggestions for the last - welcomed,
Les utilisateurs avancés peuvent même ajouter du code ECMAScript (similaire à Javascript) aux actions pour personnaliser encore plus le déroulement de l'exécution d'un script. Ceux qui veulent aller encore plus loin peuvent même développer des scripts complètement en ECMAScript et les exécuter en utilisant le programme en ligne de commande ActExec.
Full automation commonly defined as requiring no control or very limited control by the driver; such automation would be accomplished through a combination of sensor, computer, and communications systems in vehicles and along the roadway. Fully automated driving would, in theory, allow closer vehicle spacing and higher speeds, which could enhance traffic capacity in places where additional road building is physically impossible, politically unacceptable, or prohibitively expensive. Automated controls also might enhance road safety by reducing the opportunity for driver error, which causes a large share of motor vehicle crashes. Other potential benefits include improved air quality (as a result of more-efficient traffic flows), increased fuel economy, and spin-off technologies generated during research and development related to automated highway systems.[71]

^ Jump up to: a b "INTERKAMA 1960 - Dusseldorf Exhibition of Automation and Instruments" (PDF). Wireless World. 66 (12): 588–589. December 1960. Retrieved 2018-06-18. […] Another point noticed was the widespread use of small-package solid-state logic (such as "and," "or," "not") and instrumentation (timers, amplifiers, etc.) units. There would seem to be a good case here for the various manufacturers to standardise practical details such as mounting, connections and power supplies so that a Siemens "Simatic (de)," say, is directly interchangeable with an Ateliers des Constructions Electronique de Charleroi "Logacec," a Telefunken "Logistat," or a Mullard "Norbit" or "Combi-element." […]

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I’ve used other automation tools besides VBA. Ubot and iMacros are both excellent, and powerful programs (their own programming languages, really). In some respects they’re easier, and for 99% of web automation tasksg, you really can’t go wrong with either. But I got to where I only used VBA because my programming was getting into Windows API’s and command line calls (Visual Basic is tightly integrated with Windows), plus I often found myself using Excel alongside these programs anyway. I discovered there’s almost nothing VBA can’t do with automating Windows and Internet Explorer (even making IE appear as a different browser), and it seemed to me investing time learning Microsoft’s Visual Basic programming language just made more sense.