dimanche 9 avril 2017
2 minutes de lecture
There are multiple ways to execute & visualise your Apex tests on the Force.com platform. However, if you are working on an open-source project, how would you expose that coverage to potential users if they do not have access to your Salesforce developer org?
To fight that challenge, I've worked on an utility called
apexcov producing a test coverage summary, in a similar format as the produced by the
gcov utility. One cool benefit is that it can be used in conjunction with services like Code Climate and Coveralls.
If you have Go installed, simply execute in a shell:
$ go get -u github.com/jpmonette/apexcov
When the package is installed, using the CLI tool is really simple: feed in your
--password and the utility will generate a file with your current code coverage stored in a
With that coverage data in hand, you can use utilities like
node-coveralls to expose your coverage publicly on Coveralls, or
codeclimate-test-reporter for Code Climate - you can see an example with the Q for Salesforce library.