Let me start by apologising in case if you didn't want to receive any emails from us. It wasn't clear on our website, that we would like to get in touch with you. We now have added a notice to our website, that we may send you an email about once a month to share our news. But if you have signed up for the wallaby.js preview before that notice and would not like to receive any emails from us, then just imagine a pair of very sad eyes of a little wallaby and click the unsubscribe link.

If I still haven't lost you, I would like to share some exciting stuff!

Wallaby.js is one month old today and as you may have heard already - we have hit version one. Tons of new features, including but not limited to node.js and io.js testing support, ES6 and React JSX, require.js, code preprocessors and more. Check out our public repository docs and sample code repositories for more details.

If you like detailed step-by-step tutorials, don't miss our "Testing angular.js application with wallaby.js" blog post. Even though it's written for an angular.js application sample, the majority of the article can be applied to any framework really.

We have also restructured the information on our website to describe what we are and how we can make you happy in more FAQ-style manner, so check it out if you haven't seen it and still in doubts whether to use wallaby.js or not.

Overall, this month has been a great time for wallaby. We have received so much feedback from you, stories how you are using the tool in production, news that wallaby.js is a topic for a few past and future JavaScript user group meetups, podcasts, tweets. Amazing, considering that the tool has only been released one month ago. Thanks to all of you for finding the time to try the tool, for sharing your feedback, for spreading the word about the tool - it truly helps and inspires us.

But enough about us, let's talk about you. I thought the very first wallaby.js email is a good time to ask you how are going with it? Here are just two simple questions, I'd be very grateful if you could answer them by replying to this email, to help us making wallaby.js better for you and everyone:

- If you would like to use wallaby.js, but can not yet - why, what features are missing?
- If you are already using wallaby.js, please name one improvement you'd like to see most.

Thanks for reading, appreciate your feedback, stay tuned and follow us on twitter, we have got some much more exciting news to share in the next few weeks.

Regards, Artem

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