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Serenity/JS web modules

Serenity/JS offers an integration library-agnostic, unified abstraction layer on top of popular web integration libraries, such as Playwright, WebdriverIO, and even Selenium 3/Protractor.

In this article, I'll walk you through how Serenity/JS web modules work and how to use them in your test scenarios.

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