Learning the Basics

Robot Framework, Python, or both. Your choice!

Software robots are built with Robot Framework, Python, or both! Robot Framework has an easy to read syntax that you will quickly grasp. You can learn more about Robot Framework from these articles:

From developer to developers

To help you develop faster, we maintain and develop a curated selection of open-source libraries, that support the most common automation use cases. Our open ecosystem is also extendable with any external Python library.

We have also created Robot Framework Language Server and Robocorp VS Code extensions to allow robot development with the tools of your choice.

Learn more and join the community

There is a lot more to discover and learn:

  • Improve your software robot development skills and dive deeper with our Beginners' course, where you will create a fully working robot from scratch. Completing the course will grant you the Robocorp Level I certificate!
  • When you are ready for a challenge, take the Robocorp Level II certificate course, Build a robot!
  • Learn about building robust and scalable robots in our Work data management course. Completing the course will grant you the Robocorp Level III certificate!
  • Go through our example robots to see some examples of what is possible.
  • Join our forums to discuss with the community.
  • You can also reach on Robocorp Slack.
  • View videos on the Robocorp YouTube channel.

Build it with VS Code. Run it in Control Room.

You assemble your robot in VS Code and run it in Control Room.

Control Room is your control center for everything automated. You can orchestrate your robots, monitor their execution and status, view their output artifacts, and more.

Log in to Control Room to learn more.

Not a developer? Not a problem.

Our tools are designed for developers, but our software robot platform is friendly enough for everyone. In it's early release stages we also have a low code, drag and drop development environment called Automation Studio. Check it out here.

Last edit: September 6, 2022