Through integration, the following data of users existing in Codecov will be synchronized with Admina:
Employee or external accounts
Codecov permissions (roles)
Additionally, an alert function will be triggered if there is an account of a retired employee on Codecov.
Codecov is a tool for measuring, reporting, and analyzing test coverage in software. Test coverage is a metric that shows how much of the code is executed during software testing, and it helps with quality management and improving testing efficiency. Codecov offers various features, including code coverage visualization, providing statistical information, identifying errors, and integrating with Pull Requests.
【Features and Details】
Codecov provides the following key features. First, it visualizes code coverage, allowing you to see the scope of tests and identify areas that are not covered. It also provides statistical information about coverage, enabling you to track test progress and changes in coverage. Additionally, it facilitates easy identification of errors and gaps in coverage. Furthermore, integration with platforms like GitHub and Bitbucket allows you to incorporate coverage information into code reviews.
Codecov offers pricing plans tailored to various needs, from individual developers to large enterprises. The free plan provides basic coverage reporting and limited features. The paid plans offer advanced features and customization options. Special plans for private repositories and team accounts are also available. Detailed information about specific pricing plans can be found on the Codecov website.
【Common Use Cases】
Codecov is used by a wide range of developers and test engineers. A common use case is measuring test coverage in software projects and generating coverage reports. Developers execute their test suites and upload the generated coverage reports to Codecov. Codecov analyzes the data and provides visual dashboards and statistical information. It also allows tracking coverage trends across the team and facilitates efforts to improve code coverage.