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Enable code coverage reports in create-react-app projects

create-react-app is a nice and easy way to bootstrap a new React.js project with some sane defaults and most of the tedious configuration required to enable Webpack building of Babeljs etc..

One thing I was missing from the generated configs though is how to output code coverage. Turns out it's rather simple - locate your package json and add the following line under scripts:

    "coverage": "node scripts/test.js --env=jsdom --coverage"

This way you can run yarn coverage or npm coverage and get a nicely formatted output with your coverage data. You can read more about the jest cli options in the docs

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