With this, developers can use Jest for both functional and security testing without the need to leave their development environment.
Code Intelligence also stated that it will be bringing the ability to receive specialized bug detectors for critical vulnerabilities to Jazzer.js. These include remote executions, cross-site-scripting, and injections.
The Jest integration enables developers to call Jazzer.js by using the new it.fuzz() function in describe() blocks.
This function works to call fuzz tests that use coverage feedback to generate several unused and unexpected test inputs that have the ability to trigger security vulnerabilities as well as functional bugs.
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