Represents the pages open in the current browsing context.
You’ll need to use this class directly only if you’re planning to integrate Serenity/JS with a new Web integration tool.
Returns a pages representing all the available top-level browsing context, e.g. all the open browser tabs.
Informs the BrowsingSession that the “current page” has changed to
Please note that different Web integration tools have a different definition of what a “current page” is. For example, Selenium or WebdriverIO use a single “focused” window that a developer needs to explicitly “switch to” in their tests in order to interact with it. This is similar to how a regular user would interact with Web pages; switching from one tab to another, but not interacting with more than one window/tab simultaneously.
Playwright and Puppeteer, on the other hand, don’t have a concept of the “current” page at all, since they allow the developer to interact with multiple open tabs/windows at the same time.
Web integration-specific implementations of this class should override this method to define how the concept of the “current page” should be interpreted by Serenity/JS.
Closes all the pages available in this browsing context