July 28, 20212 min read
OMG I was guilty as f.
Until I installed Node.js. And then whenever I want to test JS codes, I create a new JS file,
test.js for example, and run
node test.js to see the result from a
Or quicker, I just type
node on a terminal and write the expression I need to see the result.
Still, not that efficient because I have to go outside my editor.
The code runs immediately as you type so you don't actually have to save it. The results and error messages display right next inline to the code/ identifier. Pretty cool!
Check all the features and supported code editors at Quokka.
Test quick. Hmm, for a million days.