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  1. Aug 2021
    1. What seems more problematic is divergence between drivers. For example, capybara-webkit and poltergeist support several of the same things. Let's take resizing the window as an example. In capybara-webkit this is page.driver.resize_window(x, y) and in poltergeist it's page.driver.resize(x, y). This means that if a user wants to switch from one to the other they have to change their code. Now I don't know if selenium does or doesn't support resizing the window, but supposing it doesn't I think there's still a lot of value in the capybara project deciding what the blessed API is, because then all the drivers that support that feature can implement it using the same API, increasing portability.
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  6. Jan 2019
    1. divergent connections

      Muckelbauer again uses the term "divergent." although here, I believe the author is suggesting that rhetoric can be used as a tool to find similarities between differing subjects or areas.