Tonic now supports Node 5! Node 5 is part of the Stable release line, which means it focuses more on features, while Node 4 focuses on stability and security as part of the LTS release line. You can read about it more here, and you can try them both on...

We love npm. Having instant access to every package is one of the best parts of Tonic. That’s why we’re really excited about our latest update, which you might have already noticed:

One of the coolest things about Tonic is the ability to run Node.js code, and even use any package on npm, without having to install anything at all. Once we had that working, we immediately knew that it could be useful in so many more ways than just powering tonicdev.com....

We’ve just pushed a big update to Tonic that adds a lot more ES6 support as well as JSX right out of the box:

As part of a two-post series, I’d like to share some in-depth details behind one of Tonic’s most asked about features: time traveling. In this first installment I’ll be focusing mainly on how the back-end works: specifically, how we’re able to not only rewind the state of your code, but...