A collection of dashboard widgets for displaying code coverage details in Azure DevOps.
#Code Coverage Dashboard Widgets
NOTE: This works with Azure DevOps and Azure DevOps Server (Team Foundation Server). However, Microsoft requires TFS 2015 Update 3 or higher for folks using Azure DevOps Server (Team Foundation Server).
Added configuration option to display delta of previous build's coverage.
Updated logo and screenshots.
Fixed issues where widget would not render properly.
Added configuration option to display measurement name (via PR from Tommy Vernieri)
Added support for Failed builds that produce code coverage results.
Added support for Partially Succeeded builds.
Updated to latest SDK.
Minor updates to improve error handling.
Added configuration option to display up to two decimal places. Zero is the default.
Added broader configuration options for broader coverage measurement:
Lines (this is the default)
Added configuration option to measure Lines or Blocks.
Displayed build name now links to build details.
Fixed defect where build was not showing as selected.
Added configuration option to display build name on widget.
Updated to match native style.
Widget can now be resized to one or two columns in width.
Build definitions are now sorted alphabetically.
Initial release. Includes a single widget that extracts "Line" (.NET) or "Lines" (Java) code coverage results from unit tests executed during a build.
Code Coverage Widget
This widget displays the percentage of unit test code coverage based on a selected build definition. If a build definition does not have any unit tests results recognized by the widget or if has not yet been configured, it will indicate so with a message displayed within the widget.
The following configuration options are available: