The automatic telephone switchboard was introduced in 1892 along with dial telephones.[35] By 1929, 31.9% of the Bell system was automatic. Automatic telephone switching originally used vacuum tube amplifiers and electro-mechanical switches, which consumed a large amount of electricity. Call volume eventually grew so fast that it was feared the telephone system would consume all electricity production, prompting Bell Labs to begin research on the transistor.[36]
With the advent of the space age in 1957, controls design, particularly in the United States, turned away from the frequency-domain techniques of classical control theory and backed into the differential equation techniques of the late 19th century, which were couched in the time domain. During the 1940s and 1950s, German mathematician Irmgard Flugge-Lotz developed the theory of discontinuous automatic control, which became widely used in hysteresis control systems such as navigation systems, fire-control systems, and electronics. Through Flugge-Lotz and others, the modern era saw time-domain design for nonlinear systems (1961), navigation (1960), optimal control and estimation theory (1962), nonlinear control theory (1969), digital control and filtering theory (1974), and the personal computer (1983).

Son but est de vous éviter d'avoir à répéter des actions comme des clics ou des pressions de touches. Il comporte 42 actions différentes allant de la lecture d'un fichier son au téléchargement d'une page Web ou d'un fichier, en passant par la lecture ou l'écriture d'un fichier texte. Sous Windows, vous avez également la possibilité de créer des scripts exécutables qui pourront être démarrés sur un ordinateur où Actionaz n'est pas installé.

…the line of code is highlighted in the Firebug console (I added the red box around the ID). The image above reminds us a webpage is organized in a nested, tree-like structure, starting with .document as the root object and branching out from there into smaller objects. This is called the Document Object Model. .getElementById("__") is the go-to tool for grabbing one of those objects from the webpage. With it you can scrape data from a page, as well as writing to a webpage as we’re doing here. Here’s a sneak peak at some other ways we could have found the search box and entered data into it (shown in the order I would have tried them, if an ID was not available).
Toutes vos actions sont enregistrées dans un log que vous pouvez modifier. Wildfire contient un « workflow editor » qui vous permet d’éditer les actions enregistrées. Vous pouvez facilement modifier une URL saisie, ajouter ou supprimer des actions : clic, nouvel onglet, fermeture d’onglet, saisie de texte, ajout d’une variable, d’une fonction personnalisée, scroll, sélection de texte, copier/coller, import CSV…