Hey developer friends,
A short one today -- but an important one.
Let's say you have multiple environments you want to have coverage, first let's enable Coveralls for your repo, so if you haven't done so yet -- head over to coveralls.io and Auth the Coveralls app to up your GitHub account, and then sync your repos with Coveralls.
You'll want to have a
.travis.yml file that looks similar to mine:
sudo: false language: node_js node_js: - "node" env: global: - COVERALLS_PARALLEL=true jobs: include: - script: COVERALLS_FLAG_NAME=test-1 make test-coveralls-1 - script: COVERALLS_FLAG_NAME=test-2 make test-coveralls-2 notifications: webhooks: https://coveralls.io/webhook
You'll see we are running multiple
COVERALLS_FLAG_NAME, this is using the Coveralls webhook to parallelize your coverage. If at first you don't see Coveralls covering your code, you may want to add your
env var from Coveralls to Travis CI and name it something like
Here's my repo so you can follow step by step! https://github.com/Montana/coveralls-node-travis