The Wallaby team has always supported and contributed to the open-source community. In the last month we released our open-source license model to allow open source projects to use Wallaby for free. The license is available to everyone: project owners, project contributors, or even someone not associated with the project who just wants to open the project and play around.
The open-source license is available for open source projects that:
- Are publicly available on GitHub with an open source license.
- Do not provide paid versions of open source software or any commercial services around the open source project (e.g. paid support, consulting, etc).
The first free Wallaby webinar was run recently. It is suitable for both experienced Wallaby ninjas as well as those who have not seen or used the tool before. We show how to get started in VS Code and WebStorm, provide key feature walkthroughs (including a few secret gems), and describe how to use Wallaby to maximize your productivity.
- 0:00 Introduction
- 2:13 Getting started – how to install and setup Wallaby on a project with VS Code and WebStorm
- 8:26 High-level overview – how Wallaby works
- 9:47 Wallaby App
- 14:24 Advanced Logging and Value Explorer
- 16:51 Object Proxy
- 19:13 Time Travel Debugger
- 23:49 Test Story Viewer
- 26:32 Working on larger projects (selecting and filtering tests, run on save)
- 34:48 Improving code coverage
- 39:24 Navigation with Wallaby commands and shortcuts
- 41:28 Problems view in VS Code
- 41:58 Diffs and Snapshot Testing
- 43:45 Quokka demo (our other product)
If you would like to be notified about future upcoming Wallaby webinars, please register your interest.