This site aims to be a comprehensive guide to Sikuli Slides. It covers topics such as installation, creating and executing slides, and using Sikuli Slides’ API in your own programs.
What is Sikuli Slides?
Sikuli Slides turn presentation slides into executable programs for automating graphical user interfaces (GUI). A Sikuli Slide contains a screenshot and a set of annotations. The screenshot can be of any part of a user interface, such as a button, a group of buttons, a form, a dialog box, a window, or the entire desktop. The annotations are boxes to indicate targets and text boxes to indicate actions to be performed on the targets.
Who can use Sikuli Slides?
- Have you ever made slides with screenshots to teach others how to use an interface? Yes, we are talking about screenshots giving people step-by-step instructions where to click and what to type…etc. Now the same slides can be executed directly on others’ live interfaces.
- Have you ever made slides with screenshots to describe a test plan to show to your clients? Now the same slides can be executed directly on a live interface.