The first free Wallaby webinar was run on Wednesday, 14th October 2020. If you missed out, you may watch the webinar recording. The feedback from both new and existing Wallaby users was overwhelmingly positive with many saying they learned a number of new tips and tricks.
Wallaby is now available for free 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).
For VS Code and JetBrains editors, Wallaby’s new Test Story Viewer provides a unique and highly efficient way of debugging your code and inspecting what code your test is executing in a single logical view. The viewer is fully integrated with Wallaby’s Time Travel Debugger, which means you can simply select a variable or expression to see its runtime value. Having the executed code displayed in a single continuous view really cuts down on context switching that you may experience in a traditional debugger experience.
While not directly related to the Wallaby product, the Wallaby team created and released the Dingo VS Code extension that makes it easier to download, install and open git repos and the source code for npm packages, right from the comfort of your editor. The source code is available on GitHub under an MIT license and the extension is free for everyone to use.
If you are working in a larger project and only want to run a subset of tests, Wallaby’s new Exclusive Test Run feature for VS Code and JetBrains IDEs allows you to start Wallaby for a selected file or folder using the
Start Exclusive Test Run command.
Wallaby’s Time Travel Debugger allows you to move forward and backwards through your code to understand the conditions that led to a specific bug. The Time Travel Debugger accelerates your edit, compile and debug loop by allowing you to jump to a specific line of code, view runtime values, edit-and-continue and step into, over and out of your code. The debugger is available for VS Code and JetBrains editors.