CodeBuild Report Groups 101

Michael Wittig – 24 Nov 2020

AWS CodeBuild provides a fully managed, Docker-based build environment. You can use it in standalone mode or together with CodePipeline. Report Groups help you to make unit test results and code coverage visible because only the visible can be improved with confidence.

CodeBuild Report Groups 101

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In this video, you learn to capture test and coverage results in CodeBuild. Making unit test results and code coverage visible helps your team to write high-quality code. And I promise CodeBuild Report Groups are not hard to integrate!

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