All the activities performed by Serenity/JS actors are asynchronous, and so are the data structures that support them. Serenity/JS introduces several async-first data structures to support writing test scenarios that follow th Screenplay Pattern.
In this article, I'll show you how the following idiomatic Serenity/JS data structures work and how to use them in your scenarios:
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