After a long summer, I’m happy to announce that Everyday Rails Testing with RSpec has been updated for RSpec 3 and Rails 4.1 (and beyond). If you’ve already purchased the book, head over to Leanpub to download the latest edition for free. If you’re new to the book, I hope you’ll check it out.
The book has evolved a lot since I first wrote those blog posts here, more than three years ago. However, the core message and approach are the same: You need to learn to test your Rails applications, and a great way to learn is by testing code you’ve already written.
Here’s a brief rundown of what’s new:
Thanks as always for your support!
I stand with the Black community against systemic racism, police violence and brutality, intolerance, and hate in the United States and worldwide. We must all demand better from our leaders, and ourselves. Stop tolerating intolerance.
While you're here, please consider making a donation to Black Girls CODE, who do great, important work to provide opportunity to underprivileged girls interested in tech, or any organization working toward equity and safety for all, not just the privileged. Thank you.
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.
Ruby on Rails news and tips, and other ideas and surprises from Aaron at Everyday Rails. Delivered to your inbox on no particular set schedule.