Node.js supports most ES2015–2018 features and even many ESNext features, however ES modules support is still being implemented and it is uncertain when the feature is going to land unflagged.
Quokka.js was introduced back in March 2017 and had been a great success. Over the last few months the tool had been downloaded 300k times (100k times in September alone). We keep hearing new amazing stories from our users about how the tool is helping them, and it is a great source of inspiration for us.
Many of you have already tried the new Live Code Comments feature available in Wallaby.js and Quokka.js. Today I’m happy to introduce a new feature. It allows to use the comments to measure any function performance with a single keystroke, and see the numbers updated in real time.
2 weeks ago we have released Quokka.js, and it had been a great success. In just a few hours the extension has taken the first place in the VS Code marketplace “Trending This Week” top , in less than 10 days Quokka took the first place of the “Trending This Month” top, and is still there.
Experimentation is very important in our industry. Before succeeding one time, we may need to fail ten times. This is why reducing the time it takes to run our experiments, can dramatically increase our productivity.