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BFKit-Swift - BFKit-Swift is a collection of useful classes, structs and extensions to develop Apps faster

  •    Swift

BFKit-Swift is a collection of useful classes, structs and extensions to develop Apps faster. For example you can use every iOS font with just an enum! It also adds some useful functions with Custom classes and extends Foundation, UIKit, AppKit and WatchKit classes. See CONTRIBUTING.md file.

learn-istanbul - :checkered_flag: Learn how to use the Istanbul JavaScript Code Coverage Tool

  •    Javascript

Learn how to use Istanbul to check/track Code Coverage in your JavaScript projects. Like the road sign that is "Not In Use" too much code being written never gets executed.

Hexagon - Microservices library written in Kotlin

  •    Kotlin

Hexagon is a microservices library written in Kotlin. Its purpose is to ease the building of services (Web applications, APIs or queue consumers) that run inside a cloud platform. It is meant to provide abstraction from underlying technologies to be able to change them with minimum impact. It is designed to fit in applications that conforms to the Hexagonal Architecture (also called Clean Architecture or Ports and Adapters Architecture).




ios-project-template - iOS project template with fastlane lanes, Travis CI jobs and GitHub integrations of Codecov, HoundCI for SwiftLint and Danger

  •    Ruby

This repository contains a template for iOS projects with a framework-oriented architecture approach, preconfigured fastlane lanes, Travis CI jobs and Github integrations of Codecov, HoundCI for SwiftLint and Danger. It provides a starting point for new projects which can be immediately distributed via HockeyApp and Testflight. The repository contains an example solutions for all of the points. For every step, it includes one solution.

codecov.io

  •    Javascript

lcov posting to codecov.io

codecov-karma-example - An example repository for showing how to generate the codecov reports with Karma testing framework

  •    Javascript

An example repository for showing how to generate the codecov reports with Karma testing framework. And then edit karma.conf.js and modify preprocessor, reporters and coverageReporter properties.

gocoverutil

  •    Go

gocoverutil contains two commands: merge and test.


covr - Test coverage reports for R

  •    R

Track test coverage for your R package and view reports locally or (optionally) upload the results to codecov or coveralls. The easiest way to setup covr on Travis-CI is with usethis.

Coverage.jl - Take Julia code coverage and memory allocation results, do useful things with them

  •    Julia

Code coverage: Julia can track how many times, if any, each line of your code is run. This is useful for measuring how much of your code base your tests actually test, and can reveal the parts of your code that are not tested and might be hiding a bug. You can use Coverage.jl to summarize the results of this tracking, or to send them to a service like Coveralls.io or Codecov.io. Memory allocation: Julia can track how much memory is allocated by each line of your code. This can reveal problems like type instability, or operations that you might have thought were cheap (in terms of memory allocated) but aren't (i.e. accidental copying).

codecov-bash - Global coverage report uploader for Codecov

  •    Shell

Upload reports to Codecov for almost every supported language. Python, C#/.net, Java, Node/Javascript/Coffee, C/C++, D, Go, Groovy, Kotlin, PHP, R, Scala, Xtern, Xcode, Lua and more...

codecov-exe - .exe report uploader for Codecov https://codecov.io

  •    CSharp

This uploader supports Windows Command Line and PowerShell on Windows 7 (x64) and above. If you need support for OS X or Linux use the bash global uploader. However, since this is a .NET Core app, builds for OS X and Linux will eventually come. The following Services are supported: AppVeyor, TeamCity (see section on TeamCity), and Git.

codecov-node - Global coverage report uploader for Codecov in NodeJS

  •    Javascript

Codecov.io support for node.js. This script ( bin/codecov ) detect your CI provider and all coverage reports and uploads them to Codecov.

codecov-python - Python report uploader for Codecov

  •    Python

Find coverage reports for all the languages below, gather them and submit them to Codecov. --user argument not needed for Python projects. See example here.

codecov-ruby - Ruby uploader for Codecov

  •    Ruby

Find you repo token on your repo page at codecov.io. Repo tokens are not required for public repos on Travis-Ci, CircleCI, or AppVeyor CI. Jenkins, Travis CI, Codeship, Circle CI, Semaphore, drone.io, AppVeyor, Wercker, Magnum, Shippable, Gitlab CI, Buildkite and Bitrise. Otherwise fallbacks on git.

enterprise - Code coverage done right.® On-premise enterprise version.

  •    Shell

Code coverage done right.® Empower your developers with Codecov to improve code quality. Testing software is crucial for deploying healthy code. Codecov provides metrics and insight in the results of tests through code coverage reports. Coverage reports are used to determine what lines of code were tested and what lines were missed entirely. These reports are uploaded to Codecov to be analyzed and stored historically. This information helps your developers save time tracking down bugs and commit stronger code that is well tested, to increase code coverage to 100%.

example-c - Upload reports to Codecov using C/C++

  •    C

This repository serves as an example on how to use Codecov Global for C/C++. C/C++ output gcov reports for all your files covered. To create these files all you need to do is to add the -coverage flag to gcc or clang when building.

example-cpp11-cmake

  •    CMake

Goes to Richel Bilderbeek for inspiration and all work on Travis CI tutorials. Here is a link to a project with the same structure (without lcov), and here is a list of all his Travis configuration examples. By default the bash uploader processes the coverage data using gcov when no file is supplied.