Declarative UI testing for the modern web

Testgram simulates real usage in localhost, showing you what will break in production before it does.

A simulated universe on localhost

Testgram generates synthetic users to simulate real usage, showing you what will break in production before it does.

Authoring

Create a player, not a test

Goal Driven Testing

You tell us what API clusters or URLs to test, the Testgram AI agent figures out how

Define your Strategy

Fuzzing, network mocking, etc.

No Code Necessary

Input a bulleted list of corresponding field rules for your API goals

Design with a Specific Persona in Mind

Create a virtual army of simulated users to deploy into your code

Execution

Run your tests through the command line

Directly on localhost

Run Testgram players in your local work environment

Instant Feedback on the Terminal

View real-time simulated player discoveries

Step-by-Step Playback

See the exact path that your player took to get to the bug
Help Testgram learn how users use the application 
Input one line of Javascript into your code and Testgram builds a map of the application.
Build a player to analyze your application map
A player is a synthetic user designed to interact with the product like a normal user might. You set parameters to define how a player will use the product.
Launch a simulation
The Testgram simulation launches directly in your CLI. The player is sent out to comb the code, identifying errors and regressions. Feedback on the code’s performance is delivered instantly in your CLI.
Instant reproducibility, debug using the tools you already love
Watch a step-by-step replay of the failing test directly in the browser. Debug through familiar tools like Chrome DevTools by watching simulated users reproduce issues live. Synthesize, fix and replay the workflow without leaving the current dev environment.
Help Testgram learn how users use the application 
Input one line of Javascript into your code and Testgram builds a map of the application.
Build a player to analyze your application map
A player is a synthetic user designed to interact with the product like a normal user might. You set parameters to define how a player will use the product.
Launch a simulation
The Testgram simulation launches directly in your CLI. The player is sent out to comb the code, identifying errors and regressions. Feedback on the code’s performance is delivered instantly in your CLI.
Instant reproducibility, debug using the tools you already love
Watch a step-by-step replay of the failing test directly in the browser. Debug through familiar tools like Chrome DevTools by watching simulated users reproduce issues live. Synthesize, fix and replay the workflow without leaving the current dev environment.

Maintenance

Tests that can’t break

Tests evolve with usage

Whether it's dev, QA or prod users, Testgram continues to learn how your product is used in the real world

Eliminate selector headaches

Don’t rewrite your tests each time you make changes to your code

Players automatically update

Your simulated users continuously get more efficient over time without you having to do a thing

Share players, sync worlds

Utilize application data already captured by your teammates to optimize your testing execution
Help Testgram learn how users use the application 
Input one line of Javascript into your code and Testgram builds a map of the application.
Build a player to analyze your application map
A player is a synthetic user designed to interact with the product like a normal user might. You set parameters to define how a player will use the product.
Launch a simulation
The Testgram simulation launches directly in your CLI. The player is sent out to comb the code, identifying errors and regressions. Feedback on the code’s performance is delivered instantly in your CLI.
Instant reproducibility, debug using the tools you already love
Watch a step-by-step replay of the failing test directly in the browser. Debug through familiar tools like Chrome DevTools by watching simulated users reproduce issues live. Synthesize, fix and replay the workflow without leaving the current dev environment.

No more flaky tests

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