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Display code coverage information for .NET Core project using Azure DevOps.

Target. Display code coverage information on your own .NET Core project. First, create a build pipeline in your Azure DevOps. If you are using the classic designer, you need to add new .NET Core command line step. Make sure you publish the test result. As for the Arguments input, insert: --configuration $(buildConfiguration) --collect "Code coverage" Or if you are using YAML: Add …

.NET Core Azure DevOps .NET Test MSTest Integration Test Code coverage GitHub

How to serialize JSON object in C# without Newtonsoft Json

In many cases, we may not be able to access Newtonsoft.Json package. Like sometime there might be different packages using different versions of it, which may cause version conflict via build. That usually happens in some projects really large. So how can we play with JSON as while without it? In pure C#? First, copy the following class to your project: public static class MyJsonConverter { …

C# JSON .NET Newtonsoft.Json

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