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What people are saying...

Petr Stuchlík

@stuchl4n3k

If anyone is interested in a simple #TypeScript project with a @CircleCI pipeline and #Jest coverage data published to @codecov, here you go: https://t.co/0MQHSN67o3

Petr Stuchlík

@stuchl4n3k

If anyone is interested in a simple #TypeScript project with a @CircleCI pipeline and #Jest coverage data published to @codecov, here you go: https://t.co/0MQHSN67o3

Cesar William

@cesarwbr

I just published "Best Practices for Building JavaScript SDKs with TypeScript" https://t.co/TtITkFqVyF #javascript #typescript #rollup #prettier #jest #codecov #lerna @codecov @typescript @PrettierCode @RollupJS

Peter Steinberger

@steipete

@bvccaneer Haven't seen a good service that gets a quality score for Swift. Was tweeting about https://t.co/LnvvpsDYIG today and my hope that they might adopt Swift. I tried SQ a year ago and wasn't impressed. Also: Coverage != Quality. For Coverage use @codecov

Leo G Dion still @Home

@leogdion

Continuous Integration for your Swift Package is important. In my latest post, learn how to 🤖 Setup @github actions and @Travisci 🐧 Support Linux 🧪 Report code coverage with @codecov ✅ Verify code quality 🚚 Prepare distribution via @SwiftPMLibrary https://t.co/hh4HvK75ci https://t.co/2xOmnYzTpv

Karoy Lorentey

@lorentey

Wow, @codecov is breath of fresh air. It works great with Swift projects. Configuration took about 5 seconds. ❤️ https://t.co/Av2cGa09fx

Swift Weekly

@swift_weekly

Learn how to create a pod from scratch and utilize #Travis and #Codecov to make the pod robust. https://t.co/ItcTip5cAC

Yohan J. Rodríguez

@hasdid

#Swift #Automated | Learn how to create a pod from scratch and utilize Travis and Codecov to make the pod robust. https://t.co/tZE4S8Hnlx

Eneko Alonso

@eneko

Got one of my Linux/Mac Swift SPM frameworks working on @travisci with code coverage tracked by @codecov. Goal is 100% coverage. #swiftlang #swift #coverage #unittesting https://t.co/6v2s6eZrqB

 Grégoire

@gjacquin_

First contruction with Travis CI and CodeCov not easy but I managed #travis #codecov #github #swift #developer #iOS

Tom Hu 🥑

@thomasrockhu

Amazing write-up on integrating @codecov with #Swift projects https://t.co/P085rdOeYr

Vincent DAUCE 🇫🇷 🐧

@eXorus

I improved my CI pipeline for https://t.co/ILqvVbrcJt (php email parser) - from Travis to @github Actions - from Coveralls to @codecov - from Scrutinizer to @codacy #GitHubActions is very nice and thanks to @ThibaudDauce for his help. I'm still stuck to auto-commit PHP CS Fixer https://t.co/OJeByuxJUT

Fabian Franz

@fabianfranz

@codecov thanks for the fix of php coverage today. Your Service Rocks!

Hoa project

@hoaproject

We are thinking about switching from Coveralls.io to Codecov.io. Thoughts? #php #test #codeCoverage

Damián Rotta

@damianrotta

#100DaysOfCode R3D17: I got a full PHP code coverage using PHPUnit but my codecov reports don't work properly yet.

Mike Pretzlaw

@MPretzlaw

Thanks @codecov ! Increasing the coverage with your suggestions was fun today! Never made is this quick from 0% to 80% #ci #phpunit #php

RubyGems

@rubygems

global-codecov (1.0.0): Codecov gem lets you run codecov for any language from ruby https://t.co/35zytzDPgY

Christopher Reichert

@creichert07

https://t.co/GtifAFMRL0 is practically the only viable option reporting Haskell coverage and getting results on the PR. They handle mono-repos well too.

Sebastian Wild

@wildsebastian

Got my first #opensource pull request merged. Can't wait that the package gets build and uploaded to #hackage. #codecov-haskell

Thomas J. Fan

@thomasjpfan

@kslimes Just read your post on "Making a first Julia pull request". Using codecov to find tests to write for new contributors is a awesome idea!

Katie Hyatt

@kslimes

Super excited that we now have @codecov working for #julialang! It's so pretty! Now to figure out how "partial" and "branches" work in Julia

Anatoly Pulyaevskiy

@pulyaevskiy

Just got my @travisci build publish code coverage to @codecov generated by official @dart_lang "coverage" package. No extra packages. Sweet!

Syed Umar Anis

@umaranis

Dart Code Coverage with Github Actions and CodeCov https://t.co/BKFw2OGj8u https://t.co/wqcyvfZJ53

Justin

@PureFunctor

I'm writing my own Lisp in #Python! #100daysofcode Days 1~3: I've set up parsers for basic constructs, the functionality of which I'm verifying through `hypothesis`. I've also set up Travis CI and Codecov. https://t.co/fx8jsvdYob

Átila Alves Neves

@atilaneves

I didn't know @codecov was easy to use / set up for #dlang. I should have done it ages ago!

Rust Language

@rustlang

Rust Code Coverage Guide: kcov + Travis CI + Codecov / Coveralls https://t.co/BNSGKGos6w

wadearnold

@wadearnold

Added @codecov to my #golang builds on @github. What an awesome reporting tool beyond % of coverage. https://t.co/JY0fR9VymL

Aditya pratap singh

@aditya_psingh

@codecov team is amazing. I was having issues setting up my first #golang project with codecov and they personally helped me to resolve it. https://t.co/cyWGP43vns

Nathan Youngman

@nathany

Set up @codecov for Buford APNS library. Love the cute mascot. ❤️ https://t.co/qPSgihVgLt #golang #codecoverage https://t.co/mLrXBF4onh

Stefan Prodan

@stefanprodan

Having some fun this weekend with #GitHub Actions building a generic workflow for #golang apps and #docker. Adding codecov and goreleaser support is next. https://t.co/hGHQhWpepm https://t.co/4QNzCkgeIv

Torkel Ödegaard

@torkelo

switched from coveralls to codecov, really nice that i can merge reports for different languages. Now have golang and js code coverage!

tsdtsdtsd

@tsdtsdtsd

Identicon gets an A+ on https://t.co/k5tlmTOfm3 and 100% test coverage on https://t.co/dLS1mAUYIv ! #golang @codecov #goreportcard https://t.co/i9iaiqgg8e

Fausto Siqueira

@faustoqa

Starting with the @codecov + @travisci combo ! GoLang projects are very straightforward to integrate with. :)

Eduard Urbach 💻

@eduardurbach

Feels great to start a new project with 100% coverage #golang #travisci #codecov https://t.co/v1ZfznNnoK

Josh Rosen

@jshrsn

. @codecov is amazing; I've been integrating it into @databricks' open-source Scala projects and it's been a smooth process so far.

Parth Shandilya

@ParthS0007

@arichduvet @steemit Integrating Travis CI and Codecov into a Python-based Project — Steemit https://t.co/s8bmS9XJeS

Codementor

@CodementorIO

Follow @shandilyaparth1 to learn how to integrate #TravisCI and #Codecov into a #Python-based project https://t.co/vOr8TqNOPU #DevOps

Drazi BTLM

@drazisil

Got my (still small) #python #monorepo working with @codecov and flags! Once I remembered how @github Actions and working-directory worked, it was a breeze! Now, lunch :) https://t.co/RNNBrx8InN

Saurabh Chaturvedi

@arichduvet

“Integrating Travis CI and Codecov into a Python based Project.” by @shandilyaparth1 https://t.co/Wmre8ahzbx -sc

Stencila

@stencila

Very impressed by @codecov. One line of code added = https://t.co/YqXnZsOlki. Now working on coverage for R + Python https://t.co/sYoKMMyUpe

Jeremy Lainé 🇪🇺

@JeremyLaine

Usually @codecov works pretty well for #Python test coverage, but I have also encountered "uncovered" .. comment / whitespace lines. Support is not responding, has anyone else seen this problem? https://t.co/JTElpw74HD

Hynek Schlawack

@hynek

@ghickman Is there anything except coveralls and codecov? On GHA: Coveralls is pointless because their action doesn’t support Python coverage data and manual doesn’t work in forms (token). Codecov is super flaky period. I’ll prob move to conditional cov and fail if <100% on all versions

Codementor

@CodementorIO

Integrating Travis CI and Codecov into a Python-based Project https://t.co/Hm5NIXWUyN #DevOps #Oss #Software engineering

Christopher Armstrong

@radix

Any people running Python projects tried @codecov? Is it more reliable/sensible than @CoverallsApp?

Nathan

@nmnvzr

@jengelberg @codecov I have successfully used the @codecov Python uploader to upload code coverage reports for Mac, Linux and Windows. Something which the Bash uploader cannot do. The Python uploader needs to be brought up to speed with the Bash uploader.

Parth Shandilya

@ParthS0007

I just published “Integrating Travis CI and Codecov into a Python-based Project” https://t.co/TE5wUl6vPD @travisci @codecov @fossasia

Nathan

@nmnvzr

I am happy to see more work being done on the python uploader for @Codecov.

Andrea Grandi

@andreagrandi

First time I try @codecov it's very nice! Finally a good alternative to @CoverallsApp #Python #testing

Carlos Montecinos G.

@wilfrido0

Finally managed to configure Travis, Coverage/Codecov and Whitenoise with #Django 👏👏 #python #django

[paul ɥɔɐqɹoʌ]

@pvorb

Setting up @codecov for projects using @java/@gradle/@travisci. http://t.co/rAwWcN0td7

Carbace Gollegtor

@GillesCornu

Tip: @codecov setup is totally awesome! "Java 8, Maven 3, JaCoCo" built by @travisci and reported to @github PR :) https://t.co/B3znBubhti

Felipe Caparelli

@fecaparelli

I'm amazed by this code coverage tool... fully integrated with github https://t.co/oj5I1hUBPF @codecov #java #github #coverage

Sam Harwell

@samharwell

Using @codecov, @travisci, and @appveyor to reveal and normalize behavior differences in Java's CompletableFuture: https://t.co/AYPtvqFYmq

Frederik Hahne 🏠 💻

@atomfrede

@pascalgrimaud @codecov @java_hipster codecov is awesome! Use it in all my projects.

fridlutz

@fridlutz

the happy moment of a developer ... #codecov #java #DevOps https://t.co/wvwTktipTh

Jorge Luis Malla

@JorgeLuisMalla

Continuous Integration using Travis, Jacoco and Codecov on a Java Project, here the link to Github. https://t.co/cE0Dcpvpvo https://t.co/wObZekRPrv

Aleksey Kulikov

@alekseykulikov_

Top 10 Github Actions by usage: 1. Checkout 😺 2. Setup Node.js 😺 3. Setup Python 😺 4. Setup Java JDK 😺 5. Upload Artifact 😺 6. Setup Go 😺 7. Setup .NET Core SDK 😺 8. Download Artifact 😺 9. Codecov 10. GitHub Pages action 😺 – Built by Github 👉https://t.co/BUltiR7Ca4 https://t.co/Ixub8L4FbG

Tonka 🇦🇹

@tonka_2000

Hey @lefticus , already watched your great codecov video https://t.co/LEYT9upRHc , do you know a good coverage tool for msvc too?

Kent C. Dodds 🚀

@kentcdodds

Congrats @codecov! Been rooting for you for years. ❤️ Also, thanks for sponsoring me with @codesponsor! https://t.co/pH10RKdQej https://t.co/tf20VYzN7M

Paweł Wiejacha

@pawelwiejacha

#Scala code coverage in github from @Codecov. Nice alternative to coveralls with a browser plugin - via @VladUreche http://t.co/MKSlyloga6

Kolya Korobochkin

@korobochkin

A new WP Kit with few bug fixes and Code Coverage reports! Now CC is 96%! Links to the reports in README https://t.co/VkiD5VOs6c. Thanks to @codecov https://t.co/MXX6WAn8nJ

CodeShip

@CodeShip

Codeship integrates with @codecov for code coverage. Improve your code quality and enhance your dev workflows. https://t.co/PexQiQ1B2v

Mateusz Szklarek

@SzklarekMateusz

💪 A small success today connected with @bitrise & @codecov configuration in #flutter project! Great jobs guys 😍 It’s my 1️⃣st day in commercial project in Flutter and really looking forward what comes next 🎉💪 https://t.co/6UpRAC1NaG

Nir Galon

@nirgn975

@nirgn975 But then I discovered @codecov. They basically scan my repo for coverage reports and merge them for me. It's so easy I'm in love!! https://t.co/jHvmmnVK2Q

William Lyon

@lyonwj

Finally added code coverage badge to neo4j-graphql.js with @codecov You can never have too many @github badges, right? #GRANDstack https://t.co/hQW45HtlZR https://t.co/ltNTJVgXmS

Andrew Clark

@acdlite

.@codecov’s GitHub browser extension is really nice https://t.co/I4glFUbSIE

Bocadillo

@bocadillopy

We just equiped our CI pipeline with @codecov. Proud to announce a 96% test coverage! ✅ (Catching up on those last 4% ASAP 🙌) Besides a brand new badge on the repo, a full coverage report will be brought to every new PR. Excited to see this improve the code review process. https://t.co/Gqeo8sR3p3

Muhammad Radifar

@_radifar

Finally I got the Travis-CI and Codecov badge! Which signify that I have already completed the Python Package Development Practice by @MolSSI_NSF 😎 Thank you @jessica_a_nash, @VH__chavez, and @jpglmrodrigues ! https://t.co/vU6LaHXZfH https://t.co/jl1xLnE0rj

fasterthanlime 🌌

@fasterthanlime

ok @codecov I officially love you, getting coverage displayed right on github is 💗💗💗 https://t.co/m1DBwrSHmB

Louis D'hauwe

@LouisDhauwe

.@codecov is pretty awesome in GitHub pull requests 😎 https://t.co/FfwgSuX3XM

​Matthias​ ​Bussonnier

@Mbussonn

@randal_olson consider @codecov (codecov.io) much happier with them + plugin that show coverage in github ! https://t.co/sfjUzTRQAp

Ed Moore

@_edmoore

Got my @codecov shirt today! https://t.co/Ba3ql2syEH

Vlad Ureche

@VladUreche

#Scala code coverage in github thx to @codecov! Install https://t.co/vlkIa9ssy2 and visit https://t.co/iZ8S3GigvZ http://t.co/blOyAXuaCx

Sourcegraph

@srcgraph

Want a VS Code-like command palette on GitHub? And code coverage overlays (via @codecov)? And other similar overlays soon, for logging, tracing, security, perf, etc.? Sourcegraph now polyfills a real extension API into GitHub (+ more code hosts soon). https://t.co/PePwGLBcGF https://t.co/Js4Zl1z9KT

WhiteSource

@WhiteSourceSoft

How can our newly acquired @renovatebot paired with Travis CI and CodeCov help you #automate as much maintenance as possible? Software expert @pat_scott breaks it down in his latest @hackernoon guide. Learn more here: https://t.co/6A9PaTfXzg #DataStrategy #DataManagement https://t.co/PZ7omoSLE6

Davide Moro 🇮🇹

@davidemoro

Show off your code coverage with @codecov! Free for open source and easy to setup (30 seconds) codecov.io http://t.co/f2hzosHji6

Alejandro de la Vega

@elneurozorro

TFW when you thought someone commented on your pull request, but it just @codecov telling you to step your testing game up. https://t.co/IMM1GF3s53

Viktor Belenyesi

@bvic23

Badge unlocked: 100% coverage on @codecov! Post is coming... #Swift #swiftlang #SaturdaySwift #iosdev #iosdeveloper https://t.co/KSApF7jW2t

Daniel G A Smith

@dga_smith

Who’s says Code Coverage cannot be pretty? @codecov @PSI_Code #compchem https://t.co/QBPTd7QMtV

Azure DevOps

@AzureDevOps

Are you using a code coverage tool? How do you know your tests actually exercise your code? Integrate @Codecov into your CI pipeline and get great reports that help you improve your coverage. Learn more: https://t.co/dYXoCIQjhn https://t.co/F3AqtJZw66

gap-system.org

@gap_system

Thanks to @codecov+@travisci+@appveyor! We achieved 68% test coverage at https://t.co/oZ0F4gn8KK https://t.co/ZFQKqaGaTh

Liran Tal 💚 Node.js Security

@liran_tal

it amazes me how far opensource has advanced a package that serves thousands of users is adhering to code coverage thresholds (@codecov), has continuous integration safety net (@travisci), and ensures no security vulnerabilities introduced to the project (@snyksec) 🌈✨ https://t.co/ZDh7yUusLV

Dr. Juniper L Simonis (they/them)

@JuniperLSimonis

IDK I'm really proud of my first automated code coverage report @codecov @travis #BabysFirst #Rstats #CodeCov https://t.co/dHDyW2tiWD

Sourcegraph

@srcgraph

We (and many of our customers) use @codecov to view and track code coverage. So we worked with them to ship something.. ➡️ See @codecov code coverage overlaid on your code on GitHub ⭐ https://t.co/yeBQRbnSYF https://t.co/wba9x3HV0R

Roland Siebelink

@RolandSiebelink

Listen to CodeCov CEO Jerrod Engelberg explain how the company has changed code coverage from a backward-looking practice to a forward-looking practice. https://t.co/A3kquIXjj7 https://t.co/dGKEjXGD2n

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Ondřej Pišín

@Pisin_O

I highly recommend @GitHub Actions CI, it's way faster, easier and more intuitive to set up than Gitlab, Jenkins, or even Travis. How pull request overview and handling are great is well known, but you can see tests as well as code coverage report (thanks to @Codecov).#iosdev #CI https://t.co/THU0xkkYLf

Philippe Ozil

@PhilippeOzil

Feeling pretty proud about last week's Developer Evangelism team effort. We ran a Jest enablement session and wrote hundreds of tests for 80+ #LightningWebComponents. The team did great job in boosting overall code coverage for all sample apps. https://t.co/WbUyoGWODn https://t.co/ouKjgpIi4j

Maurício Aniche

@mauricioaniche

Thomas Hu is teaching our CSE1110 students everything that @codecov has learned over years after analyzing the code coverage of 140k+ open source projects!! https://t.co/N2ADA3PE5n

Sebastian

@_messeb

iOS project template with @travisci build service, @FastlaneTools lanes and @github integrations of @DangerSystems, @houndci for SwitfLint and @codecov. Distribution via @hockeyapp: https://t.co/R6Fr8NTTF7 #ios #DevOps #fastlane #codecov #travisci https://t.co/P7ObUQ7JmB

Wilfred Hughes

@_wilfredh

By contrast, I don't think code coverage services have an obvious default featureset. I personally like to see coverage trends, the ability to explore coverage, and context on tests. I lean towards codecov at the moment, but coveralls has advantages too. https://t.co/wOV6rdWAzO

Chris Withers

@chriswithers13

Anyone know of an alternative to @CoverallsApp? They're pretty unresponsive to issues, eg: https://t.co/8wmtHafotT

Fabian Franz

@fabianfranz

@ryanszrama @slimphp codecov.io beats coveralls by far ... Comments just nerve, but @codecov gives nice report of coverage changing on a PR.

Yoshiya Hinosawa

@kt3k

Personally I don't think there is any reason to choose coveralls over codecov anymore now.

messense

@messense

@codecov codecov is awesome. Just switched one of my projects from Coveralls to codecov. :-)

Yogurt

@yogurtphp

https://t.co/HEKtHiL2Bl codecov switched from coveralls to codecov updated travis-ci settings

Adam Rackis

@AdamRackis

Are there any reasons to pick coveralls over codecov? I tried both, and the quality was clearly better in codecov, on every metric I could see. Are they just newer, with some projects still on the older coveralls, or are there advantages I just wasn't seeing?

NLog .Net Logging

@NLogOfficial

@ngeor @appveyor we use codecov instead of coveralls. No tokens needed, so less hassle (and works directly in forks) @codecov

Mark Story

@mark_story

So far, I’m liking the codecov interface much more than coveralls.

Ain Tohvri

@tekkie

Switched from Codecov to Coveralls. Works out of the box for #Rails projects avoiding unnecessary config code. #tdd #testdriven #devops

David Moreno-García

@davidmogar

I'm trying #codecov for the first time and I must say that although I'm not a Coveralls pro user, Codecov UI is way better. I like it.

Fotis Gimian

@fgimian

If you're still on Coveralls, be sure to give @codecov a try, it's a much nicer experience. I'm migrating my projects over now! :)

Mikeal Rogers

@mikeal

@gr2m @izs i just had a case where the codecov report from lconv showed me something the coveralls UI didn't :(

Evan You

@youyuxi

Switched from Travis to @circleci, build triggers much faster. Also switched from coveralls to @codecov, the UI is much better.

Bitrise

@bitrise

"@SlackHQ is by far the most popular third-party integration with close to 1.6 million runs in Q4 of 2019" - The State of App Development is out! @GooglePlay , @codecov, @hockeyapp, @crashlytics, @SonarQube, @awscloud and @GIPHY all made the list 👇 https://t.co/DHOVpEATTy https://t.co/AhcHFbvPyk

Tom Hu 🥑

@thomasrockhu

Amazing to see @codecov so high on @bitrise's list of most-used integrations! https://t.co/kC6ZfWhGT0

Bitrise

@bitrise

We have a new integration @Codecov Android by @guitcastro 🎉 https://t.co/N1yWKnZ7wH #status

AndreaGriffiths11

@ALAColombia

@github is working with all the companies pictured to provide seamless integration @CircleCI @cloudbees @HashiCorp @jfrog @codecov... https://t.co/WznogeT4bF

StackShare

@stackshareio

Quickest way to get started with #CI and #CodeCoverage 👉 https://t.co/iEr5B24img 🛠 @CircleCI @codecov #bash @github ⌨️ @thomasrockhu 🥑 😎 #AwesomeStacks https://t.co/zTDQPGXLNk

Sourcegraph

@srcgraph

Love go-to-definition, hovers, and refs on GitHub (using Sourcegraph for Chrome/Firefox)? The Sourcegraph extension API (alpha) takes this to the next level. It supports showing other useful code overlays: @codecov and soon logs/traces/lint/security/etc. https://t.co/PePwGLBcGF https://t.co/Yk9iTwUkWi

CircleCI

@CircleCI

[Live webinar tomorrow @ 11am PST] Learn how you can use @codecov and CircleCI #orbs to make code coverage easy. Register now: https://t.co/tveSohqQH5 https://t.co/IJOlFvRjFm

Dr. Jean Fan

@JEFworks

Deploy with confidence! Automate testing of your #Rstats package w/ @TravisCI + #testthat + @codecov: https://t.co/I6yjscSUnQ Ensure your package will install and run as expected across multiple systems. Plus, you get cool badges. #JustProgrammerThings #bioinformatics #Rladies https://t.co/rg5uWGwLPi

GitHub Education

@GitHubEducation

Develop healthier code!🍎💻 Improve your code review workflow and quality for school projects or in your next internship. Get free access to @Codecov on public and private repositories with the @GitHub Student Developer Pack. https://t.co/waoaV2HfpV #GitHubPack https://t.co/Fjxi2bzNCK https://t.co/CeeRba61e4

Gerhard Preuss

@lippg_

@codecov provides great PR comments! You see a separate #coverage for your newly added code (patch)! Give it a try https://t.co/oBGvIYta7g https://t.co/mM2D4Oq0E1

BinHong 🛡

@binhonglee

CI/CD goes brrr... Automation can be a little painful to setup at first but it'd also saves you a lot of time in manually upgrading packages. GitHub repo link: https://t.co/Zi47JLDR4t (@renovatebot + @CircleCI + @codecov + @mergifyio) https://t.co/XoSQQYzRdZ

pypyr

@pypyrpipes

A million thanks to @codecov for supporting #opensource with free unlimited repos! Just moved https://t.co/AsXFaAPPn8 to use codecov’s 🔥coverage reports & it couldn’t have been easier. All it took was just a magic one word cmd in the CI and it Just Works™. . . https://t.co/mzEMCgcnsJ

Vuyisile Ndlovu

@TerraMeijar

I spent the better half of today trying to get that pretty codecov badge in there. Tests pass, & test coverage is at 89%. Not bad for a days work. Next up, documentation🥳🎉🍾!! https://t.co/Oq2I87hlvg

Juraj Slavíček

@ziker22

#100DaysOfCode D2 #DevOps day today. Setting up linting, testing, git flow, graphQL codegen ... Thanks @Netlify and @codecov for deployment done in less than hour That package.json getting nicer 🤗 #reactjs #webdev https://t.co/zeB6yE5WgQ

Michael Ferguson

@TheRealFergs

Day 3 of my #NationalRoboticsWeek blogathon. You've heard you should #StayAtHome. You should probably also #TestYourCode. Today we look at my code_coverage #goROS package and how to integrate with @codecov: https://t.co/OhTVpAXKiK https://t.co/Ww28y7KkhU

Andreas Möller

@localheinz

👋 Have you noticed that @codecov now annotates a pull request on @github when you forgot to write tests for production code? ❤️ Very nice! https://t.co/jSKMC1C57y https://t.co/EGsqdVBbeY

Billcountry 👻

@Billcountry

@codecov Great product! Just got comments for each line that is not covered on my PR.

Xavi Portilla (en casa 🏰)

@Xavidop

My article about Devops in your Alexa Skill with @nodejs @bespokenio @codecov and @CircleCI is on the @DZoneInc Homepage! https://t.co/x5Aa74gvOH Soon with @github Actions and ASK CLI v2! #DevOps #AlexaSkills https://t.co/fXHmCDAxGh

Northeastern U.

@Northeastern

Follow along as a @CCISatNU student shares his #NUexperience on co-op @codecov in Amsterdam. 👻: northeasternu https://t.co/2Nb4pW4Gx3

Treehouse

@treehouse

We've added another exciting deal to our Perks Page! Treehouse students can now enjoy 2 months of @codecov free: http://t.co/3GiPkNg2sw

Tom Hu 🥑

@thomasrockhu

Huge shoutout to all the new partners on the @GitHubEducation Student Developer Pack! Especially proud of the @codecov team for getting code coverage tools in front of the next generation of software developers. https://t.co/KD517Ztbbh

Christian Blavier

@cblavier

I actually ended up switching from @codeclimate to @codecov Some explanations in this post: https://t.co/V6MrYxsSaA

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tunnckoCore.eth 🇧🇬 • Sometimes Radical & Extreme

@tunnckoCore

@lukeed05 @Smotko Cool. I really liked Codecov because nothing is needed -just this single line. While other services are needing manually add a repo, then get token & whatnot. Which is too many clicks & stuff when you open-source couple of repos per day. That's why I left Codeclimate before years

Nelson Correia

@nelsonic

Loving the look of @codecov features! https://t.co/PVuAxl130S going to sub @codeclimate on next project to give it a try! #code #coverage

Alexander Popov 🔥

@AlexWayfer

@proofit404 @_solnic_ @dry_py @codecov I'm using @codecov almost for all my OSS projects and I like it more than @codeclimate.

Paul D. 🇨🇦

@pauld_fgc

@Numsigmernen BTW I don't have a preferred code coverage platform yet. I'm moving away from CodeClimate and have used Coveralls but the interface is pretty meh. Will take a look at CodeCov.

Juliana Gomez 🦋

@gmzjuliana

@jahirfiquitiva @github @travisci @nodejs @reactjs we use @codecov and @codeclimate but tbh, code climate needs to be tweaked a lot because sometimes the code duplicate notifications get out of hand

Nelson Correia

@nelsonic

@brynary @CodeClimate is superb! But I love how @codecov comments on Pull Requests w/ coverage summary & integrates w/ @GitHub commit status

Dalton Matos

@daltonmatos

@SonarQube @github - My biggest surprise when first using Sonar is that there's no separated checks for Pull Request coverage and (overall) project coverage. Even on you own screenshot it shows @travisci doing this. Every other tool I used had this: @codecov, @CoverallsApp and @codeclimate. 4/

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