I've always used Jasmine for my unit tests, but recently I started using Istanbul to give me code coverage reports. I mean I get the gist of what they are trying to tell me, but I don't really know what each of these percentages represent (St...
i user this command:   set CODACY_PROJECT_TOKEN=my_token&& istanbul cover --report lcov node_modules/mocha/bin/_mocha -- -r babel-register -r ./test_helper.js \"test/**/*@(.js|.jsx)\"   Then i take passed in all test case but "No...
I am a newbie for the testing scenario. I have one question wanna ask your help.  For example, if I have one web application which implemented from HTML, JS and CSS and calls other APIs. While this web application is being tested, how to measure "...
I am writing an app with react / redux / webpack. I am building out my testing with karma, mocha and want to use istanbul for test coverage. In an attempt to get coverage to work with karma-coverage I have set up the following karma.config.js  var ar...
There is a big javascript library (~ 40 000 lines of code) and an application which uses less than 50% of the library's code.  There is a test which utilizes all the needed functionality from the library and can produce coverage report.  How to r...
Gitlab CI requires you to specify a regex to extract the statements code coverage (so that they can display it). Given the build output below (with jest and istanbul), I've managed to come as far as: /Statements.*(\d+\%)/  ... (other build output...
The unit test coverage report from Istanbul in HTML format displays every single folder of the project in the index.html.  It actually flattens the directory structure. Is there an option to render the html report with nested folders?...
Short and seemingly stupid question because so simple and you'd think ubiquitous: has anyone gotten any kind of code coverage to work within a RequireJS front-end project (non NodeJS)?  Seems like a stupid question because of the prevalence of TD...
I'm using Qunit framework to test a front-end Web application.  I have a requirement to generate report for code coverage. For that, I'm trying to use istanbul through a gulp task. My gulpfile.js looks like:   var gulp = require('gulp'...
I am attempting to restructure a Node project using Jest for testing.  Initially, I had all of my .js and .test.js files in the same directory, and all was well in the world— i.e. jest --coverage did what I expected.  I've changed my directory...

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