– Execute and debug unit tests and run coverage analysis of unit tests in Visual Studio or using the command-line utility. dotCover supports many unit testing frameworks including MSTest, NUnit, xUnit, and MSpec.
– For manual test sessions, dotCover shows what parts of code were called during the session and which parts were not reached. Using the coverage analysis data, you can easily get to the source code of the tested application.
– Detect potential risk areas at a glance with Hot Spots view, which shows the most complex methods with the least coverage. Get your coverage analysis off to a good start with an intuitive graphical representation.
– dotCover integrates with Visual Studio and JetBrains Rider, giving you the advantage of analyzing and visualizing code coverage without leaving the code editor. It supports Visual Studio 2010 — 2017 and JetBrains Rider 2018.2 or later.
– dotCover can figure out on-the-fly which unit tests are affected by your latest code changes, and automatically re-runs the affected tests for you. The continuous testing mode can be switched on for any unit test session: this way you can choose which tests you want to run continuously and which to run the traditional way.
– dotCover can visualize code coverage for your convenience. You can see highlighted statements covered and uncovered in a particular coverage session, right in Visual Studio.
– dotCover offers a console utility for use with a Continuous Integration server. In addition, a free server-side version of dotCover is built into TeamCity.
– Customize your coverage analysis with a coverage filter. When you exclude specific items from a coverage snapshot, dotCover instantly recalculates coverage statistics.
– Use a shortcut to detect which unit tests cover a particular statement: a pop-up Visual Studio will display a list of the covering tests and let you navigate to any of them.