Product Update
May 15, 2024

Sahi Pro v11 Released with No-code Flowcharts

We are super excited to share our latest development in Sahi Pro v11.

Introducing Sahi Pro Flowcharts, a revolutionary new way of approaching test automation!

Sahi Pro Flowcharts is a no-code, visual way of representing and automating test flows. In Flowcharts, most programming patterns used in test automation have been distilled into a no-code interface. Flowcharts is for anybody in a tester role who wants to automate repetitive checks for faster releases. You could be a Manual Tester, Exploratory Tester, Automation Engineer, Business Analyst, Delivery Manager or anyone in a testing role.

Evolution of Flowcharts

Having seen how customers benefitted from Sahi Pro Business Driven Test Automation (BDTA) framework, we tried to see if we could eliminate code entirely from UI automation. We analyzed the programming patterns used in test automation and came up with a framework that gave the same control to the end user but without the code.

Sahi Pro Flowcharts is a fruit of that labour.

Sahi Pro Flowcharts dramatically brings down the complexity of test automation and hence speeds up your delivery process.

Is it really no-code?

Flowcharts is almost 99% no code. However, there may be applications and circumstances where we may realize the limitations of our framework or UI. For those cases, Flowcharts allows the invocation of custom Sahi code. We will be monitoring via our support teams for any such use cases and pro actively try to work towards no-code solutions for them.

How does Flowcharts affect existing users of Sahi Pro?

Existing Sahi Pro users can continue to use scripting or BDTA framework. For any new requirement, they can move to Flowcharts. Existing Sahi functions can be called from Flowcharts. Even entire Sahi suites can be invoked and played back with Flowcharts projects.

What next?

Download and Experience Sahi Pro v11

Skim through the documentation

Request a demo to see how Sahi Pro Flowcharts can benefit your team

Join us on a Webinar on 30th May 2024 to learn Flowcharts

And of course, if you need anything, drop a line to our friendly support team at support @

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