Appvance Designer makes functional testing fast, easy and accurate.
- Wicked-fast test authoring using Appvance Designer 3 – just use your application and Appvance Designer does the rest
- Supports Designer (for codeless test creation) and 24 other languages
- Run tests at UX, API or both together
- Run functional tests in series or massively parallel
- Supports Appvance AI-powered Driverless Testing, which automatically generates test cases based on user behaviors
- Outperforms legacy tools like UFT, QTP, Testim, TriCentis and others
- Includes deep-dive access to errors as well as rapid replay of tests which failed
Machine Learning-based Self-Maintenance
Appvance Designer utilizes machine learning to learn how to identify elements the first time, and then continues to learn more ways to identify them during subsequent test runs, even when elements have moved or changed shape. Say goodbye to unstable tests. Appvance keeps your scripts largely maintenance free!
Not Your Father’s “Recorder”
Unlike old-style recorders that never worked, Appvance Designer utilizes a small embedded proxy that watches the DOM and AJAX calls inside any browser, and writes your script as you use the application. Create super-stable tests in just minutes.
Replay Any Test, Exactly As It Was Tested
Appvance Designer uniquely lets you replay any test, bit for bit, image for image, at any time, even months after your app build and server are gone. Dev can always see exactly where the bugs are and how to solve them by replaying tests exactly as they played out when the original test ran.
Designed For Modern Applications
Easily capture and interact with complex elements and structures, including HTML5, AJAX, AngularJS and ReactJS.
Integrates With Your Workflow
Appvance works out of the box with APM (New Relic, AppDynamics and Dynatrace), CI tools (Jenkins, Rally, Bamboo) and popular ALM and bug-tracking systems.
Data Driven Testing
Easily data-drive all tests with a simple zero-code UI. Data-drive UX and API level tests, and even share data between them, all without writing a line of test code.