NCover Desktop is an essential tool in helping developers find where they can improve their tests, and their code, as early in the development cycle as possible. Effective tests are critical for delivering high quality code, reducing risks and maintenance costs, and increasing customer… Continue Reading
Internet Information Services is an extensible web server created by Microsoft for use with Windows NT family. IIS supports HTTP, HTTPS, FTP, FTPS, SMTP and NNTP.
Collecting Coverage from the Command Line for IIS We recently hosted a webinar covering the basic steps for profiling IIS and web applications using NCover. The session was very well attended and one question that was raised repeatedly by attendees was: “How can I… Continue Reading
We live and breathe code coverage and the pursuit of building quality code. Since we have been doing it for years, we forget that each and every day new people discover and are getting started with .NET code coverage. With that in mind, we… Continue Reading
Development teams are often interested in collecting code coverage on their build servers. With NCover and Code Central, you can easily monitor any number of build servers and test machines and collect coverage data. Covering your build server is a key component of an… Continue Reading
Collecting code coverage on your web apps is crucial as part of both the development and QA process for any .NET team. NCover’s approach for collecting code coverage allows you to perform both automated and manual tests and aggregate that collection regardless of how… Continue Reading
Every day our own development team works hard to make NCover both powerful enough to handle all of your .NET code coverage scenarios and easy enough to get started on your code coverage project quickly. How quickly can you get started? Well, we put… Continue Reading
Covering IIS in NCover 4 is fundamentally the same as profiling any other .NET process, but because of the way IIS runs, profiling this service presents some special challenges. 1. Project Settings Finding the right process to profile is the key to successful coverage…. Continue Reading