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Japanese translation of Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec

By Aaron Sumner, February 08, 2014. File under: , .

I’m happy to tell you that Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec has been translated to Japanese and is now available on Leanpub. The team of translators has worked hard over the past several weeks to not only deliver this edition for Japanese-reading audiences, but also help me make the English version better by making several suggestions. For their efforts, they will receive 100% of the book royalties for the Japanese version.

Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec is my practical guide to learning to test your Rails application using RSpec, Capybara, and Factory Girl. It’s also available in Chinese and English.

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