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Mutation Testing in NodeJS
1 project | dev.to | 1 Jan 2022
Any good mutation testing library that is compatible with Jest?
Coverage Is Not Strongly Correlated with Test Suite Effectiveness
1 project | reddit.com/r/ExperiencedDevs | 27 Sep 2021
I'm thinking to start using https://stryker-mutator.io for my test suite.
Artificial testing practices
1 project | reddit.com/r/softwaretesting | 29 Jun 2021
Maybe try to run a https://stryker-mutator.io or some similar tool over your codebase instead of fiddling with the tests individually?
When do you consider your unit tests be "enough"?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/dotnet | 16 Jun 2021
Because of the above I've generally been using tools like Stryker.NET and FsCheck to augment my testing suite. I'm still doing unit testing to find the more obvious "I haven't had my coffee, let's make sure I'm doing what I think I'm doing" bugs. I'm just using things like mutation testing, property testing, fuzzing, etc. to find the deeper issues in my code. There's a ton of libraries out there, including one that I've built for myself to help with testing but FsCheck and Stryker are just beautiful. And if you're interested in fuzzing, SharpFuzz is a great option. But that one isn't quite as easy of an on ramp compared to the other two that I mentioned.
What are some alternatives?
Shouldly - Should testing for .NET - the way Asserting *Should* be!
Fluent Assertions - A very extensive set of extension methods that allow you to more naturally specify the expected outcome of a TDD or BDD-style unit tests. Targets .NET Framework 4.7, .NET Core 2.1 and 3.0, as well as .NET Standard 2.0 and 2.1. Supports the unit test frameworks MSTest2, NUnit3, XUnit2, MSpec, and NSpec3.
xUnit - xUnit.net is a free, open source, community-focused unit testing tool for the .NET Framework.
Moq - Repo for managing Moq 4.x
Bogus - :card_index: A simple fake data generator for C#, F#, and VB.NET. Based on and ported from the famed faker.js.
MSTest - MSTest V2 framework and adapter
SpecFlow - #1 .NET BDD Framework. SpecFlow automates your testing & works with your existing code. Find Bugs before they happen. Behavior Driven Development helps developers, testers, and business representatives to get a better understanding of their collaboration
GenFu - GenFu is a library you can use to generate realistic test data. It is composed of several property fillers that can populate commonly named properties through reflection using an internal database of values or randomly created data. You can override any of the fillers, give GenFu hints on how to fill them.
NFluent - Smooth your .NET TDD experience with NFluent! NFluent is an ergonomic assertion library which aims to fluent your .NET TDD experience (based on simple Check.That() assertion statements). NFluent aims your tests to be fluent to write (with a super-duper-happy 'dot' auto-completion experience), fluent to read (i.e. as close as possible to plain English expression), but also fluent to troubleshoot, in a less-error-prone way comparing to the classical .NET test frameworks. NFluent is also directly inspired by the awesome Java FEST Fluent assertion/reflection library (http://fest.easytesting.org/)
FsCheck - Random Testing for .NET