Wallaby.js consists of editor plugin to provide features such as the realtime feedback and code coverage:
and wallaby web app to provide strategic level features, such as the realtime bird’s eye view of your project’s tests connected to your editor:
To get started with wallaby.js in your editor, install the plugin, then have a look into our detailed tutorials for:
- JetBrains IDEs (WebStorm, IntelliJ IDEA, PhpStorm, RubyMine, or PyCharm);
- Visual Studio Code;
- Atom text editor;
- Visual Studio;
- Sublime Text;
- Wallaby App.
Along the way you will need to create a wallaby.js configuration file. There are a few sample projects with wallaby.js config files using various technologies to help you quickly create one.
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