Sikuli is a visual technology to automate and test graphical user interfaces (GUI) using images (screenshots). Sikuli includes Sikuli Script, a visual scripting API for Jython, and Sikuli IDE, an integrated development environment for writing visual scripts with screenshots easily. Sikuli Script automates anything you see on the screen without internal API's support. You can programmatically control a web page, a Windows/Linux/Mac OS X desktop application, or even an iphone or android application running in a simulator or via VNC.
To find out what Sikuli Script can do, visit our Blog to see many inspiring examples created by Sikuli users. You can also watch our demo on youtube. To learn how to use Sikuli, Hello World Example is a good start point. In addition, several Sikuli script examples can be found in the tutorials. The details documentation are described in Sikuli Documentation. More examples and tutorials are still in cooking.
Sikuli is an open-source research project developed at User Interface Design Group, MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL) and supported in part by the National Science Foundation under award number IIS-0447800 and by Quanta Computer as part of the TParty project. Sikuli Script and Sikuli IDE are both released under the MIT License.
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