One of the most frequently used triggers in WinAutomation is, without a doubt, the “Ping Trigger”. To sum up its functionality in two sentences, we could say that: “the ping trigger will ‘ping’ a host (usually an IP address or a URL) at the interval you set. If the host does not respond within the timeout you set, this registers as a failed ping attempt, and triggers the Job.” (this is actually the main description of the trigger in WinAutomation’s Help File).
However, in some cases it is hard to understand exactly how the Ping trigger works and how you can put it in use in terms of web automation.…
Web Automation and Automation Software increase your productivity
As we step into the new economy, it’s about the survival of the fittest.
You either advance quickly. Or get left behind. If your want to boost your efficiency level, then you simply have to utilize the immense capability that automation brings.
What does web automation bring to the table? And how does it compare to doing work manually?
There are several productivity strong points that computer and web automation has over humans:
1. A computer doesn’t err. But there will always exist a chance of human errors occuring. And that likelihood is greater when we feel beat.