If you have done any node.js development and have been required to hit code coverage marks prior to check in or CI/CD builds; you probably have used a tool like istanbul to check your percentages. image from instabul.js.org Getting code coverage reports on the command line for .NET Core has been a gap, and unless you are using Visual Studio Test or a 3rd party pay for play; getting this information was still only Windows only. A few weeks ago I attended a hackathon at the Microsoft MVP Summit and saw a glimpse into coverlet from Toni Solarin (@tonerdo) and he has hit the nail on the head! Using the quick test example on the docs...
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