That means that the code you use to set up network requests and request handlers won’t need unit tests. Use integration tests for those, instead.
Mocking is a Code Smell
Eric Elliott

Now I see the point of this article. You’re playing with the names unit-tests and integration-tests

In the end doesn’t matter how we call them. They are tests after all and have the purpose of ensuring our code is correct. There is no point in being worried if we’ll call them unit or integ tests.

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