Code coverage is a measurement of how much of your source code is tested by your given test suite.
In this episode, Toni Solarin-Sodara joins us to talk about his code coverage library, Coverlet. This gives us the ability to measure code coverage for .NET Core applications in a cross platform way.
- [01:39] – What is code coverage?
- [02:59] – To what level of detail do code coverage tools measure your code?
- [04:05] – What percentage of code coverage should projects strive for?
- [07:00] – How do you get setup with Coverlet?
- [11:25] – Contributions from Microsoft and the community
- [13:33] – Inspecting the results
- [15:07] – Excluding assemblies
- [15:54] – Testimonials
- [17:05] – Microsoft’s African Development Center
- [21:06] – .NET Core global tool for Coverlet
- [26:08] – Where to find the project?
- Coverlet on GitHub
- Unit testing C# in .NET Core
- dotnet test documentation
- African Development Center
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Source: MSDN Channel 9