The RKTracer tool will greatly assist you in generating automated unit test cases and code coverage reports.
By checking unit test results and observing how the code interacts with the system, you can gain a better understanding of how it works if you’re not the code developer. Also, you can check how unit code interacts with other software components in an application by using integration testing.
Further, a unit test case generation and code coverage tool must be flexible enough to operate with existing build configurations to be effective. Especially if there are no unit tests, integration tests, or functional tests for existing applications or legacy code. Still, code coverage tools should allow you to run programs to test for coverage manually.
With four additional simple steps, you can generate unit tests cases and coverage reports for unit testing, integration testing, and functional testing. As a result, you won’t need various tools for different projects or platforms – just one robust solution that works on all platforms.
Furthermore, one of the most notable features of RKTracer code coverage is its ability to give mutation coverage and code coverage for new lines of code. With this approach, the developer will quickly determine if the lines added or modified have been executed.