UiPath development makes use of activities, but because there are so many of them, it is easy to become confused about which ones to use.
I’ll give you a quick rundown of the activities here.
If you are a beginner, I hope you will keep the list of activities in this article in the back of your mind so that you can look for them as you progress.
UiPath is a Windows Desktop Automation Robotic Process Automation tool. This tool provides a Community Edition that is free for life and works with Drag and Drop functionality. UiPath allows you to automate a variety of tasks, including Excel automation, Citrix automation, web automation, and PDF automation. In this article, we will concentrate on Web Automation.
UiPath is a market leader in the RPA Tools space. This tool is used to automate repetitive tasks and includes a drag-and-drop feature. As a result, any action you wish to perform is catered for by activities that can be dragged and dropped into your working pane.
UiPath Activities are UiPath Studio building blocks that are intended to assist you in creating a clear and smooth automation process.
An activity can be thought of as a puzzle piece. To complete the puzzle represented by the workflow, multiple activities must be linked together. Activities range in complexity from simply defining a variable to configuring them using custom wizards.
All activities are combined into packages that address specific areas of interest. Activities related to manipulating.xlsx or.csv files, for example, are organized under the UiPath.Excel.Activities package, making it easier to navigate the list of available packages.
You can manage your activity packages by utilizing the feeds available at the application or project levels.