Aaron Gustafson, A Fundamental Disconnect.
And so we’re left in this weird never-never land where we can’t really spend all the resources that we need to ensure that we’re reaching (literally) everyone, but neither can we justify rubber-stamping a “best in WebKit (on top of modern hardware)” banner as a way of coming in under-budget. There’s the notion that you can just follow a couple of best practices and be just fine but this doesn’t really acknowledge that not everyone doing front-end development is a Front-End Developer.
So I can’t believe I forgot to mention this here on ye olde Tumblr but…
I wrote this book. It came out in June. It’s about PhantomJS and uses a cookbook approach to present a variety of testing strategies — unit testing, end-to-end testing, continuous integration, and more. (Plus some PhantomJS fundamentals.)
You can pick up a copy from the Packt website: goo.gl/NJnFq1