# Demo apps
Demo apps are a set of connectors that mimic the behavior of real Workato connectors. They are designed to provide users with a simulated way to test and learn recipe building concepts without the need for actual data or a live connection to an application.
Additionally, demo apps provide a safe environment for testing and troubleshooting recipes as the data used in demo apps are simulated, generated data. This can help users become more familiar with the platform, recipe building with different types of apps, and the flow of logic in recipes.
# Getting started
Demo apps are available to workspaces in the beta program only. Customers or partners who would like to use Demo apps for internal training purposes should contact their Workato representative.
Demo apps can be found in the recipe editor, during app selection. These apps are tagged with
DEMO and the following are available:
- Zendesk Demo
# What can users do with Demo apps?
Demo apps allow builders dive straight into recipe building without having to create connections, trigger events, or provide real data in an application. This makes learning faster and more efficient, enabling builders to focus on recipe building patterns. These patterns and features includes:
Triggers: Demo apps triggers allow users to build recipes to handle real-time events or a batch of events.
Actions: Try basic Search, Get, Create, and Update actions and learn to handle those that return single or multiple records.
Data mapping: Demo apps allow users to map datapills from one application to another. Users learn how to use the datatree and map them to the corresponding fields in the destination app. Users can also learn how to use group mapping with data from demo apps.
Logic flows: Use Demo app triggers and actions alongside trigger conditions and
FOR EACHstatements to learn about the different operators.
Testing: Demo apps enable builders to test and troubleshoot their recipes as they build it. Builders can learn to build iteratively by testing frequently. Both inputs and outputs are simulated and can be viewed after builders test or run a recipe.