Can I trial Reflect before being charged?
Yes, all new accounts receive a two week free trial of our Custom tier which lets you create, manage and schedule tests just like our paid plans. When you are ready to upgrade to a paid plan, you can do so directly within Reflect.
Can I run tests in parallel?
Yes! Our Custom and AI pricing plans include support for parallel testing.
How do I integrate my CI/CD with your API?
Every Reflect account includes access to our CI/CD integrations. The API supports executing a test or a set of tests by issuing an HTTP request using your API key. For more information, please see our documentation on integrating with CI/CD.
Can I import my existing tests into Reflect?
Your existing manual test cases can be executed directly from your test case management tool via Reflect's free Chrome extension.
For options on importing your existing automated tests, please schedule a demo.
Do you support cross-browser testing?
Yes, Reflect supports running tests on the most popular modern browsers: Chrome, Firefox, Edge, and Safari. We regularly update our infrastructure as new browser versions are released.
Can I test applications that are behind a login?
Yes! Reflect captures all of your actions including logging in to your application. Whatever test account you currently use to test your application can be used with Reflect. Additionally, Reflect supports variables, which allows you to dynamically control login credentials at run time.
What does "retention" mean?
Each pricing tier has its own Retention policy, which represents the amount of time your test runs will be visible within our system. So for example, a retention policy of 30 days allows you to see about a month's worth of test runs. The lone exception here is that the latest test run for each test will always be visible. Tests themselves are retained forever unless explicitly deleted by a user.
Can I test applications that are not publicly accessible?
Yes! You can configure Reflect to send all traffic via a single Static IP. You can then configure the firewall rules in your organization to allow access from this IP, which enables Reflect to access test environments that are not publicly accessible.
Additionally, Reflect can access private environments via the Reflect Agent, an open-source daemon that establishes a secure Wireguard tunnel between your infrastructure and Reflect.