Skip to content

Test with GitLab CI/CD and generate reports in merge requests

DETAILS: Tier: Free, Premium, Ultimate Offering: SaaS, self-managed

Use GitLab CI/CD to test the changes included in a feature branch. You can also display reports or link to important information directly from merge requests.

Feature Description
Accessibility Testing Automatically report A11y violations for changed pages in merge requests.
Browser Performance Testing Quickly determine the browser performance impact of pending code changes.
Load Performance Testing Quickly determine the server performance impact of pending code changes.
Code Coverage See code coverage results in the MR, project or group.
Code Quality Analyze your source code quality using the Code Climate analyzer and show the Code Climate report right in the merge request widget area.
Display arbitrary job artifacts Configure CI pipelines with the artifacts:expose_as parameter to directly link to selected artifacts in merge requests.
Unit test reports Configure your CI jobs to use Unit test reports, and let GitLab display a report on the merge request so that it's easier and faster to identify the failure without having to check the entire job log.
License Scanning Manage the licenses of your dependencies.
Metrics Reports Display the Metrics Report on the merge request so that it's fast and easier to identify changes to important metrics.
Test Coverage visualization See test coverage results for merge requests, in the file diff.
Fail fast testing Run a subset of your RSpec test suite, so failed tests stop the pipeline before the full suite of tests run, saving resources.

Security Reports

DETAILS: Tier: Ultimate Offering: SaaS, self-managed

In addition to the reports listed above, GitLab can do many types of Security reports, generated by scanning and reporting any vulnerabilities found in your project:

Feature Description
Container Scanning Analyze your Docker images for known vulnerabilities.
Dynamic Application Security Testing (DAST) Analyze your running web applications for known vulnerabilities.
Dependency Scanning Analyze your dependencies for known vulnerabilities.
Static Application Security Testing (SAST) Analyze your source code for known vulnerabilities.