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Test coverage for service/UI tests using Jacoco

Though as a QA, using test coverage tool/library might not be the ideal way to figure out your test suit’s (be it junit, cucumber, selenium, etc) coverage, it helps to get a lot of insights from time to time. 415 more words


JaCoCo for Android


JaCoCo is a free code coverage library for Java, which has been created by the EclEmma team based on the lessons learned from using and integration existing libraries for many years. 578 more words

Code Coverage from Functional Tests for Node.js Applications

Node.js is a beauty! (read open-source, cross-platform JavaScript runtime environment for executing JavaScript code server-side in a non-blocking and event driven fashion). So we have a couple of applications running on Node.js and one fine day we realize that we have a lot of functional (Manual/Automated) tests in place and the litmus test for our “testing” would be to see how much percentage of code that they actually cover. 334 more words

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Unit Tests (TDD) + Code Coverage = “Happy Couple”

We all rave and talk about TDD (Test Driven Development) all the time. Have you asked yourself these questions?

· “Do my unit tests truly cover blocks (or lines) of code that I’ve implemented?” 2,346 more words

GCC and Code Coverage

My only experience with generating coverage results has been through Gcov and Lcov. This post shows a simple example of how to obtain the results and present them in HTML. 318 more words


PHPUnit Code Coverage in Symfony


I’ve been creating some unit tests and functional tests for a Symfony application that I’m currently developing and I wanted to share some of those experiences. 563 more words


What is the right code coverage percentage?

There are great code coverage tools, which can tell the amount of code that is excercised through tests. So natural question that stems out is: “what is the right code coverage percentage one should target?”. 277 more words

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