Wallaby.js is insanely fast, because itÂ only executes tests affected by your code changes and runs your tests in parallel.
The power of Wallaby.js is the integration between tests and code editor: it reports code coverage and test results and error while you're writing code. Â Wallaby.js supports a lot of technologies, you can find a lot ofÂ samples and templates on github account.
Wallaby.js supportsÂ continuous testing in most commonÂ code editor: Sublime text, Atom, Visual studio code, Visual Studio 2013/15 andÂ WebStorm.Â ** It supports browser code testing (via **PhantomJS or node.js) and node.js testing, it also supports many testing frameworks, for example: Jasmine, Mocha, QUnit. Finally, tests can also be written usingÂ TypeScript or CoffeeScript.
Wallaby.js Â can be installed as an extension of your code editor: for example, in VS Code you can simply install using extension manager:
wallaby.conf.js. The following code shows some simple configuration options: https://gist.github.com/samueleresca/f2da5b0579403d81ff6f Here's the completeÂ list of configuration options.
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