Reflect's unique approach makes end-to-end tests fast to create and easy to maintain. Build tests in our interactive cloud browser and get up and running with your first test in minutes.
Reflect's cloud browser accurately records virtually any action you can take in a web browser, including complex interactions like drag-and-drops, file uploads, and interactions with iframes or Shadow DOM.
Organize tests into Test Suites. Set up custom notifications via our in-app workflow builder. Schedule tests to run on a schedule, on-demand, or after every deployment.
Don't let testing be the bottleneck in your development process. Get comprehensive end-to-end test coverage without the maintenance overhead of other tools.
Reflect's cloud browser records your actions and automatically converts them into a repeatable test.
Auto-generated selectors minimize the chances of tests becoming out of date. Built-in waits and retries help prevent test flakiness.
All tests run on Reflect's cloud infrastructure, and integrations with all major CI providers are included out-of-the-box.
Each test run includes a video of the run, along with console and network logs. Tests can be updated in real-time using our interactive test editor.
Reflect integrates with apps and tools that you already use to make the process of building and maintaining tests quick and easy.
Code provides the ultimate level of control over your test automation. This is why many organizations embark on creating their own "test framework" built on top of a tool like Selenium. But this is not without costs. In order to utilize code-based automation, either product developers must split time between product-focused features and maintaining the regression test suite, or a separate team of automation engineers needs to be dedicated to the task of building and maintaing the test suite.
No-code tools, by contrast, can be used by non-technical team members. If those team members are doing manual testing in some capacity already, the right no-code automation tool can actually save time since it automates the work that would have been done anyway in a manual fashion. When done correctly, a no-code approach to testing fosters cross-functional participating in the testing effort and makes quality a team responsibility.
One of the main criticisms of no-code tools is that tests created with these tools are hard to maintain. While this has historically been true, Reflect incorporates a number of modern techniques to reduce test flakiness and ensure tests are easy to maintain:
Everything you need to build, run, and maintain comprehensive end-to-end test suites.
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