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Ensuring Quality in iOS Apps

Code coverage is an important metric that is a measure used to describe the degree to which the source of a program is executed when a particular test suite runs. 350 more words


Salesforce Spring '17 Release: Top Features

Spring 17 Release Overview –

The Spring ’17 Release empowers everyone to be their best with amazing new innovation for Einstein and Lightning built right into the Customer Success Platform. 116 more words


Running SonarQube on Android

On gradle.properties:


On build.gradle (project-level), within buildscript | dependencies:

classpath "org.sonarsource.scanner.gradle:sonarqube-gradle-plugin:2.0.1"

Create a file named jacoco.gradle containing:

apply plugin: 'jacoco'

jacoco {
    toolVersion = ""
} 323 more words

100% Code Coverage or Die!

I have been working on my next tutorial. It will be a hapi.js api (maybe even with a React/Redux client) as close to production quality as I can get without a different (aka better) hardware infrastructure. 118 more words


Mock System class with Mockito + PowerMock

In this post, I am going to show how to mock the System.getenv and System.getProperty methods.

I have used Mockito and PowerMock to do this. Make sure to include the below dependencies in your pom file. 439 more words


Code coverage using Eclipse, GNU ARM toolchain, and Gcov for embedded systems


The core difficulty of getting code coverage with gcov for embedded systems is the following: a program instrumented to collect coverage data (compiled with… 1,872 more words

Code Coverage

Integrate .NET Core, AppVeyor, OpenCover and Codecov

As a developer, I need to take a good rest at night. In my line of work the only way to achieve it is using an integrated workflow pipeline, aka Source Code Management (SCM), Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) with some tools in the middle. 373 more words

Continuous Integration