Visual Studio Code
Serenity/JS integrates with industry-standard test runners, so that your test scenarios can be executed using your regular build tools, CI/CD pipelines, and IDEs.
In this article, I'll show you how to configure VisualStudio Code, to run and debug automated acceptance tests built using Serenity/JS.
While you're waiting for me to finish this article, you might enjoy learning how to use VisualStudio Code to write your first Serenity/JS web scenario.
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