We've made getting started with Codecov as easy as possible. The rest of this page will outline important first steps to getting your first repository up and running on codecov.
Trying to get Started with Codecov Enterprise?
Many of the instructions below can be used with our on-premises offering with minimal changes.
If you're attempting to setup an on-premises install of Codecov Enterprise, be sure to read our Enterprise Install Guide
Here are the things you'll need or want to have in place before using Codecov:
An account on GitHub, GitLab or Bitbucket. Codecov relies on Git-based codehosts to run.
Code coverage report(s) being generated by your test suite in the applicable programming language. Codecov ingests these reports to provide our product
[Really nice to have] A continuous integration provider. This will automatically run tests, generate coverage and upload that coverage to Codecov for every commit.
- Sign up on codecov.io and link either your GitHub, GitLab, or Bitbucket account.
- Once linked, Codecov will automatically sync all the repositories to which you have access.
- You can click on an organization from your dashboard to access its repositories, or navigate directly to a specific repository using:
https://codecov.io/<repo-provider>/<account-name>/<repo-name>. Example: https://codecov.io/gh/scrapy/scrapy.
A repository that has no coverage reports uploaded to codecov. Note that the repository upload token is displayed here.
Don't Want to Use The Bash Uploader Directly?
Codecov has a number of framework/language specific implementations for uploading coverage reports. You can access many of these from our list of Supported Languages
- Get codecov comments on your Pull Requests: (GitLab/Bitbucket) use a Team Bot, (GitHub) use the codecov GitHub integration.
- Enforce relative or absolute thresholds during your CI build using the Codecov YAML
- Use flags to categorize reports in a single repository. This is great for monorepos or projects that include different types of test coverage (e.g., unit, end to end, integration).
- Use codecov with the Sourcegraph Browser Extension. Note that on-premises versions of repository providers (e.g. GitHub Enterprise) are currently not supported with the Codecov Sourcegraph Browser Extension.
What languages does Codecov support?
See Supported Languages
Will Codecov work with my CI provider?
See the List of CI Providers that work with Codecov out of the box, but all CI providers are able to be detected.
Additionally, you can read more about how Codecov fits in with your CI provider in the CI Provider Relationship
Will Codecov work with my repository provider?
Codecov works with Bitbucket, GitLab, and GitHub; and supports each provider's on-premises offering.
Consult our FAQ for even more helpful information
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