Of course, we will need some test reports that we can publish to Jenkins later on. Unfortunately, and it pains me to say this, Microsoft is doing a really bad job at this. You can forget about an out-of-the-box code coverage option unless you are running Visual Studio Enterprise Edition (which costs you an arm and a leg and only runs on Windows). Even a simple JUnit style report is too much to ask for at this point; Microsoft only outputs TRX files (Test Result X...?), which is just another XML file.
First, let's just output the TRX file. It is quite easy actually--just append --logger trx, or -l trx for short, to your dotnet test command:
dotnet test -l trx
The file will be generated in a TestResults folder. We can also specify ...