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We are happy to announce the availability of dotCover 2.1 RTM build! Please feel free to download and try it. This new version is notable for: Visual Studio 2012 support including the ability to choose icons and menu style according … Continue reading
dotCover 2.1 Release Candidate has arrived! Please don’t hesitate to download and try the RC build. If any critical issues are still bothering you, feel free to report them and have them fixed before release.
We are glad to announce that dotCover 2.1 Beta is now available for you to download and try. Calculating code coverage statistics for Metro applications, integration with Visual Studio 2012 including theming support and full integration with ReSharper 7 are … Continue reading
Today we’ve opened the Early Access Program for the new version of dotCover, our unit test runner and code coverage tool. Please, feel free to download and try the latest build of dotCover 2.1. Here’s what’s new in this version: … Continue reading
Christmas is only a few days away and we’ve decided to celebrate it a little earlier by releasing not one, but all three of our main .NET tools: ReSharper 6.1, dotCover 1.2 and dotTrace 4.5.2 Performance. ReSharper 6.1 As covered … Continue reading
I’ve previously blogged about the possibilities of running code coverage using the dotCover console runner. You can find the Simple Coverage post here and the more Advanced post here. In dotcover 1.1.1 we made some changes to the console runner … Continue reading
dotCover 1.1.1 and dotTrace Performance 4.5.1 have been released! dotCover 1.1.1 Despite the minor revision number, dotCover 1.1.1 introduces a ton of new features in the release. ReSharper 6 Integration With the recent release of ReSharper 6, we’ve been working … Continue reading
One of the main benefits of Code Coverage is that it allows us to detect certain areas, branches or lines of code that are not covered during a test run, which could lead to potential issues in production. We often … Continue reading