I’m excited to share with you a new Chinese version of Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec, translated by Andor Chen and available now on Leanpub. Andor contacted me several months back about this project; I asked him to hold off on translating until the Rails 4.0-related updates were complete since I knew there would be a lot of changes. Andor worked hard to make the translation available within weeks of the updated English version, and also pointed out a few corrections to make in the original while he was at it.
All royalties for the Chinese translation will go to Andor–I’m happy he offered to help make the book available to Chinese speakers. Thanks Andor!
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If you liked my series on practical advice for adding reliable tests to your Rails apps, check out the expanded ebook version. Lots of additional, exclusive content and a complete sample Rails application.
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