Search Based Software Testing Frameworks

I wrote about search-based software testing (SBST) as a feat a few days back. I posted links about research work that extends frameworks such as JUnit for search based testing. Today I was wondering whether there existed any working SBST frameworks that could be integrated with popular IDEs. To my surprise, there are quite a few such frameworks that can be integrated with popular IDEs such as Netbeans, Eclipse, IntelliJ IDEA etc. Here are links to a few such popular frameworks.

EvoSuite | Automatic Test Suite Generation for Java

A new version 1.0.5 of EvoSuite has now been released, and contains a bunch of bug fixes and performance improvements. Release data is available 1.0.5 release results: Average branch coverage is up from 74% to 76%; the number of crashes should be substantially lower now.

SBSTFrame: a framework to search-based software testing – IEEE Xplore Document

The software testing is an important component of software development life cycle, that directly affects quality of software products. Some problems in sof

Please read how Facebook employs evolutionary algorithms for automatic bug detection of their app using Sapienz.

Facebook’s evolutionary search for crashing software bugs

With 1.3 billion daily users, the Facebook site and its apps are the most-used pieces of software in the world. Only a handful of software companies have ascended to a similar echelon of ubiquity, including Microsoft, Google, and Apple.

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