• Post category:Udemy (Sept 2021)
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Fanuc Roboguide 11

What you will learn

robot controller

robot simulation

controller

flexpendant

Description

Welcome to the Complete UiPath RPA Developer Course: Build 7 Robots where you will learn everything you need to know to get started as a Robotic Process Automation (RPA) developer. Learn and master UiPath Studio and then build state-of-the-art software robots from scratch.

The best part about this course is that this course is entirely project-based, which means you will be getting hands-on experience and learn the skills you need on how to build real-world software robots in an enterprise setting. So if you’re the type of person who ‘learns by doing’, then this course is for you.

We start off by learning what RPA is, how to choose the best processes fit for RPA, installing UiPath onto your machine and then building your first simple robot. We then explore UiPath Studio learning all about the user interface to get a basic understanding on how to use UiPath Studio. Once we cover all the basics we then take a deep dive into building real-world software robots ranging in complexity from beginner to advanced. In this course we build the following robots:

Robot 1: Clothing consultant (Beginner)

A user enters a city name, the robot then scrapes Google for the temperature and weather in that city, the robot then processes the data and makes a decision which will then suggest a clothing type to the user.

Robot 2: Data capturing (Beginner)

A common daily task of a Data Capturer’s life is copy-pasting data from an excel spreadsheet into a web or desktop application. This robot fully-automates that task. The robot copy-pastes 100 lines of customer data into their respective input fields of a web application and desktop application. The robot even performs both the web and desktop app data capturing simultaneously. This gets the job done in a fraction of the time that a human could with 100% accuracy.


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