Code coverage and Test Reports coming to Flutter

From now on, you can check code coverage and use the Test Reports add-on with your Flutter apps as well. Woo-hoo! 🎉

From now on, you can check code coverage and use the Test Reports add-on with your Flutter apps as well. Woo-hoo! 🎉

About Test Reports

With the Test Reports add-on, you can conveniently view all your test results. The testing Step deploys all test results to the same directory — Test Reports will use this directory to process and display your tests in a way that’s easy to read and analyze.

Configuring Test Reports

To get the add-on working, first, you’ll need to make sure you have tests in your repository. Then, add the Flutter Test and Deploy to Bitrise.io Steps to your Workflow and run your build. Make sure the Deploy to Bitrise.io Step is after the Flutter Test Step, otherwise the add-on will not work.

If Test Reports are not available for your app at the moment, you can use a workaround solution and export to Test Reports from any Step.

Check code coverage

We updated the Flutter Test Step to automatically generate code coverage reports for you. Check out the updated Flutter Documentation for the details.

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