The project ESSPE aims to provide a comprehensive framework for automated testing (including security tests) in software projects.

ESSPE is designed as a model-based test framework with the following primary goals:

As a result, ESSPE enables testers and developers to write more complex test cases. For example, a mobile app which stores data on a server by using REST calls. The created data should then be available in the general web interface of a web application. With ESSPE it is possible to operate and test the mobile application as well as the web application at the same time within the same test case.

Currently, ESSPE provides the following features:


If you’re interested in contributing to this project, please have a look at our topics for bachelor and master theses as well as projects. You can also contact us with your own ideas relating to ESSPE.


Project lead and main contributor is Stefan Taber. For further information please contact us by sending an e-mail to

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