Before using Alyvix, you’ll first need to take a minute to install it.
To follow along with the examples in this section on your own system, you’ll need to open the Windows Command Prompt (Start > Windows System > Command Prompt) and switch to the directory where you want to keep your test cases, for example:
C:\> cd C:\Alyvix\testcases
Walking through the steps of the examples below will give you a pretty good idea of how the Alyvix interface works.
Example: Open the Windows Start Menu with Alyvix Editor
Build a simple test case that looks for and clicks on the Windows Start button
Run the test case, so that Alyvix actually opens the Window Start Menu
Example: Open the Start Menu, then the Settings app immediately afterwards
Build a second test case object, where the second depends on the results of the first
Add the new step to the workflow from the previous example
Execute the test cases, checking that they work together
You can find further examples, conceptual descriptions, and production-centered use cases on the Video and Tutorial page.