I meant to post this a couple weeks ago but… Well, I’ve been pretty busy.
Anyway, in case you haven’t heard me rambling on about it between November and now, I’m working on a book for Packt called the PhantomJS Cookbook. It’s based around PhantomJS, discusses its core APIs, and contains recipes to help front-end developers cook up comprehensive testing strategies. I’ve spoken and written about PhantomJS before, and when this opportunity came along, there was no hesitation.
Anyway: the book is now available for pre-order and we’re cranking away hard on pushing it across the finish line. There’s no cover art yet, but we’re moving fast and furious toward getting it into a publishable state.
I (for one) am super-excited.