Several useful services are now offered through the technologies that make up the Worldwide Web (WWW). The great majority of these Web sites provide access to said services exclusively through HTML interfaces designed to be used by humans through an Internet browser.
NSEQL (Navigation SEQuence Language) is a language designed for programming action sequences on the Internet browser interface: the current version supports Microsoft Internet Explorer (MSIE), and Denodo Browser. NSEQL can be used in a computer program to reproduce any operation sequence a human user may have conducted through the browser.
It is important to highlight that it is not normally necessary to create NSEQL programs manually. The ITPilot graphical generation environment (ITPilot Generation Environment Guide) allows NSEQL programs to be created graphically by simply providing an example of the required sequence through an Internet browser. This manual provides an exhaustive description of the language for advanced users that want to manually create or edit NSEQL programs.