AppLand enables teams to automatically and visually document the architecture and behavior of production releases and under-development features and software code written in Java and Ruby. AppLand’s real-time, interactive depictions of software behavior can be used by teams to augment their documentation, such as READMEs, and to contextualize software behavior by allowing the “code to speak for itself." Think of these diagrams as a UI for your software backend systems.
This tutorial uses the open-source application Discourse, written in Ruby, as an example project. You can add this application to your environment from the public open-source library of apps in AppLand. Other sample applications available in AppLand include CyberArk Conjur, Jenkins, and the Spring Pet Clinic.
You can record and upload test cases of your own applications using the AppLand client tools.