Monthly Archives: September 2018

Getting coverage reports with Angular

This artical is basically an extension to the previous post: Improving Angular Style and Code Quality and mashed up with: Better together: SonarQube, TypeScript and Code Coverage In short: we add SonarQube static analysis to our Angular CLI project and enable code coverage reports. Enable code coverage If you have used the CLI to generate your Angular project, there is

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Getting coverage reports with .NET Core

Code coverage calculates the percentage of code that is covered by automated (unit) tests. And unit tests are important to ensure ongoing code quality and predictability in our software. Code coverage reports help investigate how well our software development is doing by showing us that percentage. But we know all this right? Tests are important, so test coverage is also

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