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This page is a listing of libraries of '''user defined functions''' (UDF). These libraries have been written to allow easy integration into your own scripts and are a very valuable resource for any programmer.
 
This page is a listing of libraries of '''user defined functions''' (UDF). These libraries have been written to allow easy integration into your own scripts and are a very valuable resource for any programmer.
This list is probably not complete, but constantly supplemented.
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This list is probably not complete (actually 2015/06/04 there is 227 UDF), but constantly supplemented.
 
If you do not find a solution here, ask a new question on the [http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/forum/2-general-help-and-support/ forum].
 
If you do not find a solution here, ask a new question on the [http://www.autoitscript.com/forum/forum/2-general-help-and-support/ forum].
  

Revision as of 19:18, 4 June 2015

This page is a listing of libraries of user defined functions (UDF). These libraries have been written to allow easy integration into your own scripts and are a very valuable resource for any programmer. This list is probably not complete (actually 2015/06/04 there is 227 UDF), but constantly supplemented. If you do not find a solution here, ask a new question on the forum.

Automation

Browsers

  • Chrome (by seangriffin) - The same as above for Google Chrome. Automate the most common tasks in Chrome with the Chrome UDF.
  • Firefox (by Stilgar) - A little less support for automation than IE, but still very good.
  • HTMLDocumentEvents (by SmOke_N) - Track IE document events.
  • IEJS (by SmOke_N) - IEJS - IE Javascript options, an IE.au3 personal extension.
  • Internet Explorer (by DaleHohm et al.) - Everything about Internet explorer can be automated with the IE library supplied with a standard AutoIt install.
  • NavInfo (by Nessie) - With this UDF you can check if a specified browser/software is installed and which version is being used.
  • Opera (by MrCreatoR,) - The same as above for Opera. Automate the most common tasks in Opera with the Opera UDF.

Microsoft Office

OpenOffice

Databases and web connections

Data compression

Encryption and hash

GUI Additions

Controls

Hardware

Information gathering

Internet protocol suite

Maths

Media

Graphics and image

Players

Sound

PDF

Security

Social Media and other Website API

Windows

Misc