Tags » Code Coverage

Unit Test Conventions for Code Coverage

The normal convention for naming the unit test is to name it same as the class which we are going to test and append it by the word ‘Test’ to it. 82 more words

Code Coverage

Why is my code coverage different on the build server?

I recently updated my tfs build definition to use the latest version of MSBuild. Before that I was relying on the Microsoft.Net.Compilers package to compile my c# 6.0 code. 328 more words

Software Development

MSTest Code Coverage with runsettings

I’ve been fine tuning my code coverage runsettings file for some time now and I’m ready to share it with the world.

You can use it in Visual Studio by setting the test settings file. 466 more words

Which code coverage tool to choose?

We make major investments in tools, people and process to effectively test applications. But how we measure the effectiveness of these investments? How do we know how well our applications are getting tested? 832 more words

Software Development Best Practices

Jacoco: configuring Jenkins job to count coverage for project with subprojects

It happened that our project faced problem with identifying code unit test coverage on every build basis. To put it into CI flow we decided to use JaCoCo. 366 more words


Karma Code Coverage setup

You require nodejs to be installed on your system to download required node modules.

Create your AngularJs application and setup with karma test runner and include your all the files in karma.conf.js file… 197 more words

Jasmine Testing

Start writing open source PHP projects using Github, Travis, Unit testing, Scrutinizer, Code coverage & Code Quality

Because this is the way you ensure your code is awesome, and provably works!

If you you have some code you think could be reused in lots of projects, create a repository in Github and share it with the world! 342 more words