This page introduces you to projects and targets within the context of the Fuzzbuzz platform.
A project on Fuzzbuzz is a codebase that has been connected to the platform, either via an automatically-updating system such as GitHub, which will ensure you're always fuzzing the latest version of your code, or a manually-updating system which allows you to push changes whenever you're ready.
To learn how to connect your code to Fuzzbuzz, read the detailed Projects Documentation.
Every project on Fuzzbuzz consists of targets - simple components that run Fuzzbuzz-generated tests on your code. Each target follows the same 3 steps:
- Read Fuzzbuzz-generated test case
- Run the test case on your code
- Check for errors
At its most basic level, a target can be thought of as a Unit Test, only rather than defining the test data yourself, you test using Fuzzbuzz-generated test data. To learn how to configure your targets for Fuzzbuzz, read the detailed Targets Documentation.