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If you like books and love to build cool products, we may be looking for you. While TGP is just the kind of book I like – terse, to the point and about two hundred pages of quality content, the writing style is somewhat convoluted, it fails to present bigger working examples, it rarely discusses performance aspects, and druven fails to mention any form of testing. Python in Practice Mark Summerfield.
Christian works at Kodemakera Norwegian software consultancy.
The tools mentioned in the book for testing are somewhat antique byso one improvement could be a minor update where it included a more modern testing framework, such as Mocha or BusterJS. Another good thing is that a good third of the book is dedicated to implementing a workable, useful, real-world MVP javascfipt written in vanilla js with full test coverage of all the layers.
Only the first section spent much time on testing frameworks which is probably sensible, it doesn’t take that long to explain how they work ; the rest uses that as a base but isn’t very test focused. Back cover copy “An essential reference for the social web, present and future Python Essential Reference David Beazley. The Best Books of Test-Driven Development Chapter 1.
Objects and Prototypal Inheritance Chapter 8: