Searching for “Juno” yields 9 results in the v1.7.3 documentation and 11 results in the 1.8.0-rc1 documentation. Some of the references make no mention of the fact that Juno is no longer actively developed:
To see the profiling results, there are several graphical browsers. One “family” of visualizers is based on FlameGraphs.jl, with each family member providing a different user interface:
When I started learning Julia in late 2020, the switch to VSCode had already taken place, but because of reading mentions like that above, I didn’t realize that and started on the Juno editor instead.
I wonder if references to Juno should be removed or annotated where they appear in the documentation to nudge new users into using a better IDE—all the more so now that Github has announced that it is sunsetting the Atom project on which Juno is based.