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Benrady-avatar_pragsmall
25 Sep 2010, 15:09
Ben Rady (67 posts)

Rod and I would like to thank everyone who’s purchased the beta book! We would love to hear what you like, what you don’t, and what you think we’ve left out. Please leave your feedback here, or find us on twitter or on the web

Pholser-headshot_pragsmall
27 Sep 2010, 18:15
Paul Holser (2 posts)

Good stuff, guys. Eager to see the material reach a wider audience.

–p

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21 Dec 2010, 22:58
Grant Wilson (2 posts)

Hi guys,

I’ve bought the ebook but am waiting for some downtime (xmas break?) to read it. So only skimmed pages so far.

I totally get that the book uses ruby tools to test stuff. But…

OTOH, I was hoping that what was being tested was not always ruby/javascript. The later is probably always useful, the former not quite as much.

So the big question: is it beyond the scope of this book to test other language/frameworks eg web apps built with php, but using ruby tools?

I’m guessing that testing would be more ‘black box’… kind of user-acceptance testing? [if that’s the right terminology]

Seems like Watchr could be used… maybe webrat etc

Any chance of some additional material/resources to address the above?

-G.

Benrady-avatar_pragsmall
27 Dec 2010, 18:49
Ben Rady (67 posts)

Grant,

That’s probably beyond the scope of THIS book, but it’s certainly a topic we could explore in blogs/articles/other books.

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