Simulated Testing, for the Modern Web

Build and deploy players to test your web application in less than 5 minutes

Your Testing Sidekick

Players are specialized personas that test specific areas of your application in many different ways. They are high level representations of how you expect real users might use your product. All you need is a dataset and parameters for your player, and they will simulate real user interactions in pre-preproduction.

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Create a Player

Customize your synthetic user by adding checkpoints and input fields that align with your testing goals.

Focus on what matters

Tell Testgram what to test by outlining URL and strategic element checkpoints for your player and our ML/AI figures out how to test them.

Understand impact

Your player will show you the impact (in users) of the checkpoints you choose.

Design with a specific persona in mind

As you continue to build out more players to cover more areas of your application, your army of deployable simulated users will grow.

No code necessary

Input fields related to the checkpoints and associated URLs allow players to interact with the application as you would expect a real user

Simulate a Player

A player will run through your application attempting to reach each of the identified checkpoints, utilizing the input fields when necessary.

Directly on localhost

Testgram players simulate in pre-prod, giving you the power to identify bugs early and often.

Continuous learning

Using AI, a player will organically build a more thorough understanding of your application during each simulation

Eliminate unnecessary noise

Players prioritize presenting discoveries that impact critical user paths.

Step-by-step playback

See the exact path that your player took to get to the bug and use existing devtools to diagnose and fix the issue.

Share discoveries

Find a critical bug? Share a quick link to a discovery report to anyone on your team.

Sync worlds

Utilize application data already captured by your teammates to optimize your testing execution.

Create a Player

Customize your simulated user by adding checkpoints and input fields that align with your testing goals.

Focus on what matters

Tell Testgram what to test by outlining URL and strategic element checkpoints for your player and our ML/AI figures out how to test them.

Understand impact

Your player will show you the impact (in users) of the checkpoints you choose.

Design with a specific persona in mind

As you continue to build out more players to cover more areas of your application, your army of deployable simulated users will grow.

No code necessary

Input fields related to the checkpoints and associated URLs allow players to interact with the application as you would expect a real user
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.

Simulate a Player

A player will run through your application attempting to reach each of the identified checkpoints, utilizing the input fields when necessary.

Directly on localhost

Testgram players simulate in pre-prod, giving you the power to identify bugs early and often.

Continuous learning

Using AI, a player will organically build a more thorough understanding of your application during each simulation.

Eliminate unnecessary noise

Players prioritize presenting discoveries that impact critical user paths.

Step-by-step playback

See the exact path that your player took to get to the bug and use existing devtools to diagnose and fix the issue.

Share discoveries

Find a critical bug? Share a quick link to a discovery report to anyone on your team

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.

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