Wallaby.js consists of editor plugin to provide tactical level features, such as the realtime feedback and coverage:
and wallaby 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.
Once you have wallaby.js installed and running in any of the supported editors, you may also use Wallaby.js App to get the realtime bird’s eye view of your project’s tests connected to your editor.