We're proud to announce the first major release of Stryker.NET: 1.0. It comes with exciting new features and an overhaul of how you interact with the Stryker CLI. With the release of Stryker 1.0, we wanted to create a cohesive and intuitive user experience.
Stryker4s is your friendly mutation testing framework for Scala. Compared to earlier versions, Stryker4s
0.12 achieves a 60x speed increase in some scenarios 🤯. Are you curious to know how? Keep on reading.
We're proud to announce the next major release of StrykerJS: 5.0. With a name change, a new dimension in your report, a new way to discover files, updated mutators, quality of life improvements, and minor bug fixes.
This release marks a fundamental shift in the way Stryker works internally. It now uses "mutation switching", which improves performance and usability, similar to how Stryker.NET and Stryker4s already work. This change, unfortunately, couldn't be done without breaking changes. See the breaking changes paragraph if you're interested.
This beta is a huge milestone because it means a fundamental shift in the way Stryker works internally. It now uses "Mutation switching", a technique that can improve performance.
Over the past few months we have been working hard to integrate Stryker.NET with azure pipelines. Learn how you can leverage our new features to include mutation testing in your continuous integration.
Over the years, we've been privileged to explain the concept of Mutation Testing to great developers, testers and others. The concept of inserting bugs into your production code in order to test your tests sparks the imagination.
With version 3 of Stryker, we've been focussing on usability. We also did some smaller changes worth pointing out. For a full list of changes, please read our changelog.
📊 The Stryker Dashboard can now host your mutation testing report in the cloud.