Want to use UBot Studio or UBot Studio bots, but don’t want them running on your Windows machine or don’t have a Windows machine?
I’ll be typing this entire post in AMAZON orange to thank Amazon for creating Amazon Web Services, the cloud service that solves this problem for you for free.
Ok, Just kidding.
UBot Studio 5.7 is now out! Here is an intro to some of the new features you’ll find.
(Keep in mind that these new features can be accessed via the Bot Bank or the search toolbox.)
Unsubscribed? Just click this big button to sign up and get the latest features!
Ever been stuck interacting with a downloaded .zip file? Or maybe you want to automatically zip up files on the daily for uploading?
Now, the Compression features allow you to automatically zip up, unzip, and analyze zip files for the data inside.
The new Compression commands let you create and interact with zip files!
A few months ago we introduced a new member of the UBot Studio team, Adam, who has been programming feverishly ever since he joined. He and I have been working quietly on a big update to UBot Studio that hugely increases what you can do with the software, regardless of the Edition you have. And we’re just a few days away from the release, so I can finally talk about it.
UBot Studio 5.7 will add a treasure trove of power for those who have a UBot Studio subscription.
How do I get the new version?
Like any version, just click the update option when you open your UBot Studio software, or simply login to the homepage and click the subscribe button.
If you haven’t been subscribed for a while, this deal is extra special because you get automagically moved to the newest version PLUS six months or a year of updates. Users can subscribe for just $54 to get this offer. And don’t forget – annual subscribers receive a 15% discount!
What’s in this big update?
Of course, unit testing won’t work for every situation. In a bot, sometimes we need to perform actions that we don’t want to run over and over every time we want to run our tests. For instance, if your bot creates accounts on some website, you probably don’t want to create a bunch of accounts just for testing purposes. Don’t worry, UBot Studio still has you covered.
The Tao of Flow Testing
Flow testing has a similar purpose to unit testing, but it differs in execution. Flow tests will
occur in the main flow of your script. instead of running them separately, flow tests will run while your bot is running. Let me demonstrate.
We’ll start with our boilerplate code, including our purpose.