Added onboarding and budget e2e tests. Also fixed an issue for first-time flows using imports: currently people end up with a blank white screen after importing. Instead they should see the budget table. Related: https://github.com/actualbudget/actual/issues/583
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Actual is a local-first personal finance tool. It is 100% free and open-source, written in NodeJS, it has a synchronization element so that all your changes can move between devices without any heavy lifting.
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We have a wide range of documentation on how to use Actual, this is all available in our Community Documentation, this includes topics on Budgeting, Account Management, Tips & Tricks and some documentation for developers.
The Actual app is split up into a few packages:
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