How JavaScript linters cause bugs

I was doing code review for a coworker yesterday, and it soon became obvious that he used a linter and that the linter gave him a bright idea: use strict comparisons. Using strict comparisons is a great rule to follow. === instead of ==, !== instead of !=… Read more


Time-Travel Debugging for JavaScript/Node.js

Time-traveling in the execution history of a program during debugging enables a developer to precisely track and understand the sequence of statements and program values leading to an error. To provide this functionality to real world developers, we embar...

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