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Discussion on: No excuses, write unit tests

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Dmitry Diukariev

Yes, my experience tell me the same. Unit test typically verifies single function. But if you follow good coding practices most of your functions will be small. And I find it that for 2/3 of functions it is easy to proof it works as expected. E.g. why would you bother writing unit test for smth. like this:

function testMe() {
if (a) {
return 1;
} else {
return 2;
}
}

So I only write unit tests for parts that are complex/not obvious. But that's definitely not 100% of code base.

It is better to invest time in Integration/End to End tests which save a lot of time on regression testing.