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#1

Hi Guys,

I am a beginner in ui studio and start around two weeks ago with my “way” of understanding the software and her possibility. After to weeks of nearly fulltime working on that I checked the activities guide, the KB, and the training materials (including video). Most of them are helpful to explain a special “part” or function from UIPath. I don’t if it is that i am no programmer or that i only be stupid but after all Training there is still a lot of Points on my understanding that are black boxes:

  1. A high Level Explanation / overview of the Programm and the underlaying conception
  2. The activities guide is rudimentary. The Explanation what is done by that activity is realy short and the allowed datatypes are missing
  3. Transformation operations is missing from my Point of view totally
  4. The different TypeArguments and there function are completly missing

May be i did’t check/understand the concept of the Software or i is necessary to have a programmer Background to see it, but on other Hand i think you use Visual Basic / .net Basics in your Software. But that isn’t described on any point of the documentation (or i miss it).

Is there any additional documents available?

Regards
Timo


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#2

Do you have access to this documentation? Not sure if you need to be an enterprise customer.

https://forum.uipath.com/c/enterprise/e-docs


#3

Hi @richarddenton,
Yes, it needs because I tried to access it here, but I was not able to see its content.

Hi @TimoC,

In this case, I suggest you to follow the links belows since they are public:
UIPath:



https://www.uipath.com/tutorials

And also watch the videos from the UIPath beginner guide playlist.

VB .NET:
Yes, you are going have to learn some programming and logic skills to get the best benefits from UIPath. Please follow the course below from the official Microsoft website:


#4

Hey @acaciomelo

Because you are not signed up here with your enterprise email and that category is only accessible for enterprise users. :slight_smile:

Regards…!!
Aksh


#5

I just started to programming)) I learn CSS3 and JavaScript. I want to know, should I learn Swift or Objective C?


#6

This is not related to UiPath. UiPath is based on VB.Net so if you are interested in UiPath that would be my recommendation, or C# which is easily amended to VB.Net if required.

RD


#7

This site is useful to everyone.Thanks for sharing this site. I get some information from this site.


#8

could any one please tell me, what are the knowledge or skill set or technology required to learn UiPath…


#9

A basic understanding of programming techniques is helpful although not essential. If you understand macros in Excel or SQL then you’ll be fine. However, for basic needs you don’t even need that as all activities are defined within UiPath.

Start with the rpa academy :slight_smile:


#11

Honestly, this type of questions depend on what kind of projects you want to work on, or what is expected from you in work/school etc.


#12

Hi, acaciomelo
Thanks for providing information.


#14

Thanks for creating this topic, i would like to share theUI path Interview Questions and Answers.

  1. What Is Robotic Automation?
    Robotic automation refers to a style of automation where a machine, or computer, mimics a human’s action in completing rules based tasks.

  2. Explain The Characteristics Of Rpa?
    Code Free: RPA doesn’t require programming skills. Employees with any subject expertise can be trained to automate RPA tools instantly. The whole work revolves around RPA chart which provides a flowchart designer to graphically link, drag and drop icons to represent steps in a process. User-Friendly: RPA adoption originates within business operations rather inside IT departments. RPA projects require less IT skills and less investment. Eventually, the automation is lowered at a substantial rate. Non- Disruptive: RPA avoids complexity and risk. The software robots access end users systems via a controlled user interface, hence reducing the necessity of underlying systems programming.

  3. What Are The Benefits Of Rpa?
    Wide-Range Automation: RPA speeds up and executes perfect accuracy across different fields viz. banking, healthcare, insurance, telecom, communications, etc. Virtually complex programs are automated on a wide-range by improving the transaction process. Quick ROI: RPA will increase productivity across varied industries. One Software robot is efficient of accomplishing the work of approximately 3 employees. This innovation builds positive ROI much faster than expected. Moreover, cost productions might reach 20% in time. Enterprise Scalability: RPA is highly flexible and scalable with reduced time of induction. Robots perform massive complex operations in parallel, starting from desktop to cloud environments. All this operation is carried out, by allowing multiple users to monitor and control robots from various business units through a single secure device. Powerful Analytics: Gathering agile and exhaustive data enable better management and insights into forever growing business enhancements. Improved governance is achieved through a prescribed set of automation tools. Cost-Saving: Implementing RPA within an enterprise has shown a drastic reduction in overall costs when compared to traditional non-RPA methods.

  4. What Are The Popular Rpa Vendors?
    Popular RPA Vendors are: Automation Anywhere Verint BlackLine Openspan Blue Prism NICE Datamatics Kofax EdgeVerve HelpSystems

  5. Is Robotic Automation like screen scraping or macros?

No, managerial Robotic Automation is a generation on from old technologies like screen scratching or macros. The major differences are: Robots are universal application orchestrators – any application that can be used by a man can be used by a present day robot, whether mainframe, bespoke application, legacy, web service enabled or even a close 3rd party API hosted service. Robots assemble procedural knowledge which after some time joins with a shared library that can re-used by some other robot or device. Applications are “read” by the robot, either through submitted APIs where they exist, through the OS before application appear, or through the screen with respect to the native application. In this last case the modern robot “reads” an application screen in context and in the same way a user does. As part of the robot training it is shown how to read the application’s display much like a user is shown.

  1. What Is Blue Prism’s Robotic Automation?
    Robotic Automation refers to process Automation’s where computer software drives existing enterprise application software in the same way that a user does. Automation is a tool or platform that operates other application software through the existing application user interface.

  2. Is Robotic Automation Like Screen Scraping Or Macros?
    No, clerical Robotic Automation is a generation on from old technologies like screen scraping or macros. The major differences are: Robots are universal application orchestrators – any application that can be used by a person can be used by a modern robot, whether mainframe, legacy, bespoke application, web service enabled or even a closed 3rd party API hosted service. Robots collect procedural knowledge which over time build into a shared library that can re-used by any other robot or device (in the same way objects are built in traditional SW engineering). Applications are “read” by the robot, either through dedicated APIs where they exist, through the OS prior to application display, or through the screen in the context of the native application. In this last case the modern robot “reads” an application screen in context and in the same way a user does. As part of the robot training it is shown how to read the application’s display much like a user is shown.