Hello, everyone! I will share with you my experience with Code Quality NDepend for Azure DevOps. Please make sure you've set up/installed the extension to your Azure DevOps server.
- After you installed the extension, you will need to set up the licenses. Please navigate to any of your Azure DevOps projects and click on the NDepend menu.
- After you've set up the licenses, you need to set up the users.
- You will need to set up the dashboard too. For me, I will choose all options.
If you want to store the artifacts about the code quality scans, you will need to add NDepend Tasks. I will give you small job setups, so you will have the code quality results.
- job: "CodeQuality" pool: vmImage: "windows-2022" steps: - task: UseDotNet@2 displayName: 'Use .NET Core SDK $(dotnetSdkVersion)' inputs: version: '$(dotnetSdkVersion)' includePreviewVersions: true - task: DotNetCoreCLI@2 displayName: 'Restore project dependencies' inputs: command: 'restore' projects: '**/*.csproj' - task: DotNetCoreCLI@2 displayName: 'Build the project - $(buildConfiguration)' inputs: command: 'build' arguments: '--no-restore --configuration $(buildConfiguration)' projects: '**/*.csproj' - task: DotNetCoreCLI@2 displayName: 'Run unit tests - $(buildConfiguration)' inputs: command: 'test' arguments: '--no-build --configuration $(buildConfiguration) /p:CollectCoverage=true /p:CoverletOutputFormat=cobertura /p:CoverletOutput=$(Build.SourcesDirectory)/TestResults/Coverage/' publishTestResults: true projects: '**/*.Test.csproj' - task: NDependTask@1 env: SYSTEM_ACCESSTOKEN: $(system.accesstoken)
vmImage: "windows-2022". You will need this line, since currently
NDependTaskonly supports windows OS.
You will need an environment for
NDependTask. You will need the environment SYSTEM_ACCESSTOKEN so your
NDependTaskmay upload your results to the build artifacts.
env: SYSTEM_ACCESSTOKEN: $(system.accesstoken)
- In summary, your jobs will be like this.
In your build results, you may see the result like this.
You may get the summary of the NDepend tasks in the dashboard. I haven't set up the code coverage yet, that's why it's now shown up in my dashboard.
You can navigate to the Issues/Debt tab for more details about the Issues.
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Thanks for reading. So, do you want to try it? You may use the trial versions if you want to try the extension. What are you waiting for? Grab it now and share your experiences. If you have more questions, you may comment here.