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----------------------------- dotCover is a.NET unit tester and code coverage application that can be installed as a standalone product as well as integrated with Visual Studio. It facilitates a user-friendly interface and practical tools for inspecting.NET processes, taking snapshots at different stages and comparing them later. During setup, you can pick only the standalone edition or go for integration with Visual Studio. Supported versions include 2017, 2015, 2013, 2012 and 2010. Analyze.NET applications and processes with ease Once you reach the main app window, you can get started by picking the target you wish to submit for analysis when it comes to standalone Windows programs (with either graphical or console interface),.NET core tools (either self-contained or.NET Framework-dependent), WebDev (ASP or ASP-like web servers and apps) and IIS-hosted web apps. dotCover can also scan IIS Express-hosted web tools,.NET Windows or WCF services, Silverlight-based programs, WinRT applications, along with.NET processes. It's only necessary to specify the full path to the target app. However, if you switch to advanced mode, you can also edit the symbol search policy and filters used for the coverage, use a profiler API, and instruct the program to cover child processes. Capture snapshots and export data to various formats During analysis, dotCover brings up a small, horizontal panel to the screen, which begins capturing target information at your command. For example, application names are auto-recorded and shown on this panel. You can take as many snapshots as necessary, and even kill the running processes. After returning to the main window, you can check out the coverage tree for each target in different tabs, including hotspots. The project can be saved to file and later opened to pick up where you left off, as well as exported as a report in HTML, JSON, XML, XML for NDepend or detailed XML format. Multiple coverage snapshots can be merged into a single file. All aspects considered, dotCover provides users with a straightforward interface and options for helping them analyze and test.NET-based applications and services. The code coverage UI will allow you to interact with the coverage reports and as a result enable users to manipulate and inspect the coverage metrics of their source code. You can check how much of the code under test was exercised,




DotCover Crack+ Free Download Scan the code coverage for a web site or web app Integrate the process with Visual Studio, offering easy analysis and reporting Analyze.NET applications or processes as a standalone product Work with Visual Studio settings, as well as build and release tools Examine the process output tree in more detail, including each project's total coverage percentage Set the app to analyze Windows processes or.NET applications Create a customized symbol search policy, use a profiler API, and automate test execution Capture a number of snapshots at your command, in order to see a history of the state of the app over time Open the built report Format of the collected data In the report, each app represents a node. For the coverage breakdown, you'll get a coverage percentage per target and tab. Select any target to bring up the main window. For each tab, you'll get a list of targets with the number of executed and total lines. To access these lists, go to View - File and Code Coverage Results. On the left, you'll find a list of app nodes, along with an item for each page. The Coverage Tree area lists files and line information for each page. To access these, go to View - File and Code Coverage Results. Additional tools You can also integrate dotCover with other tools in your setup, including Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, NUnit, XUnit, MSTest, Telerik Test Studio or similar tools. On the main window, click Options, and go to the Setup tab. You can also switch to advanced mode, in which you can configure the tool for an IIS Express-hosted app,.NET Windows or WCF service, Silverlight-based programs, WinRT apps, and IIS-hosted web tools. For Windows programs, you can also add some settings, such as the full path to the application and its absolute path, a symbol search policy and filters, as well as run the test process (when applicable). In advanced mode, you can also create a custom symbol search policy, use a profiler API, and instruct dotCover to cover a child process. Start the project Click the project from the dropdown list on the main window. If you choose to use a standalone installation, simply locate the tool's executable file from the directory specified in the installer, or from the in directory within the installation Version: 1.5.2.0 License: Freeware File Size: 1.47 MB System Requirements: 2.6+ Compatibility: Windows 7/8/10 Publisher: JetBrains Released: 03/11/2017 Important: You will be prompted to register or log in if you have not done so already. 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Capture snapshots and export data to various formats During analysis, dotCover brings up a small, horizontal panel to the screen, which begins capturing target information at your command. For example, application names are auto-recorded and shown on this panel. You can take as many snapshots as necessary, and even kill the running processes. After returning to the main window, you can check out the coverage tree for each target in different tabs, including hotspots. The project can be saved to file and later opened to pick up where you left off, as well as exported as a report in HTML, JSON, XML, XML for NDepend or detailed XML format. Multiple coverage snapshots can be merged into a single file. All aspects considered, dotCover provides users with a straightforward interface and options for helping them analyze and test.NET-based applications and services. Download: Analyze.NET applications and processes with ease Once you reach the main app window, you can get started by picking the target you wish to submit for analysis when it comes to standalone Windows programs (with either graphical or console interface),.NET core tools (either self-contained or.NET Framework-dependent), WebDev (ASP or ASP-like web servers and apps) and IIS-hosted web apps. dotCover can also scan IIS Express-hosted web tools,.NET Windows or WCF services, Silverlight-based programs, WinRT applications, along with.NET processes. It's only necessary to specify the DotCover Crack+ Keygen dotCover is a.NET unit tester and code coverage application that can be installed as a standalone product as well as integrated with Visual Studio. It facilitates a user-friendly interface and practical tools for inspecting.NET processes, taking snapshots at different stages and comparing them later. During setup, you can pick only the standalone edition or go for integration with Visual Studio. Supported versions include 2017, 2015, 2013, 2012 and 2010. Analyze.NET applications and processes with ease Once you reach the main app window, you can get started by picking the target you wish to submit for analysis when it comes to standalone Windows programs (with either graphical or console interface),.NET core tools (either self-contained or.NET Framework-dependent), WebDev (ASP or ASP-like web servers and apps) and IIS-hosted web apps. dotCover can also scan IIS Express-hosted web tools,.NET Windows or WCF services, Silverlight-based programs, WinRT applications, along with.NET processes. It's only necessary to specify the full path to the target app. However, if you switch to advanced mode, you can also edit the symbol search policy and filters used for the coverage, use a profiler API, and instruct the program to cover child processes. Capture snapshots and export data to various formats During analysis, dotCover brings up a small, horizontal panel to the screen, which begins capturing target information at your command. For example, application names are auto-recorded and shown on this panel. You can take as many snapshots as necessary, and even kill the running processes. After returning to the main window, you can check out the coverage tree for each target in different tabs, including hotspots. The project can be saved to file and later opened to pick up where you left off, as well as exported as a report in HTML, JSON, XML, XML for NDepend or detailed XML format. Multiple coverage snapshots can be merged into a single file. 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To access these lists, go to View - File and Code Coverage Results. On the left, you'll find a list of app nodes, along with an item for each page. The Coverage Tree area lists files and line information for each page. To access these, go to View - File and Code Coverage Results. Additional tools You can also integrate dotCover with other tools in your setup, including Visual Studio, Team Foundation Server, NUnit, XUnit, MSTest, Telerik Test Studio or similar tools. On the main window, click Options, and go to the Setup tab. You can also switch to advanced mode, in which you can configure the tool for an IIS Express-hosted app,.NET Windows or WCF service, Silverlight-based programs, WinRT apps, and IIS-hosted web tools. For Windows programs, you can also add some settings, such as the full path to the application and its absolute path, a symbol search policy and filters, as well as run the test process (when applicable). 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