My Lao-learning website now has tables of consonants and vowels including the Lao symbols, their romanization, examples and my best attempt to describe their sound. There are several videos on YouTube with native speakers going through all consonants and vowels, so make sure to check them out for proper pronounciation.
Some features to look out for when it comes to performance: - `initial-count` property of dom-repeat - `strip-whitespace` propery of templates - Polymer.RenderStatus.afterNextRender to do non-important stuff after the first render - https://poly-icon.appspot.com/ to create custom icon-sets with just the icons you need.
Closure compiler works with Polymer with some caveats (and an open issue for Polymer 2.0, that should be fixed soon)
One of the first things I usually do when I create a project using `polymer init` based on the Polymer Starter Kit  is to go through all the files and rename/change the elements and titles to fit whatever app I'm planning to do.
Instead of doing this process over and over again I have now created a custom generator that is based on the starter kit, but allows you to customize a bunch of parameters, including adding a variable number of sub-pages with title and route names.
And with this I can create awesome apps in a matter of 2 minutes ;)
+Nina Lynn Nordick Polymer is a library built on top of the web-components standards for building (progressive) web apps. The links in my post are a bunch of tools and updates they announced during the summit.
Very active in developing and playing around with several Google APIs including the Google+ APIs. For my activities, open source projects and support in this area I have been granted membership in the Google Developers Expert program as GDE for Google+ 2012-2015 and GDE for Web Technologies since 2015.
I have started a series of "About me"-posts which you might want to check out to learn more about me. Start here
Author of a well-selling Origami book / one of the very first Austrians on Google+ / GDE for Web Technologies / wrote Glassware before the Mirror API actually launched (and without owning Glass)
The best (organic) ice cream you can get in Vienna. Also has a lot of vegan options. Make sure to try elderflower (Holunder) and pumpkin seed oil (Kürbiskernöl) which are my favourites.
They also have a kiosk at the Schönbrunn zoo which is a nicer place to eat an ice cream in my opinion.
Nice and clean rooms, friendly staff and great breakfast (they have a wafflemaker!) Only complaint I have is that my room had the next building directly in front of the window, so it was dark all day long, but I didn't spend much day-time hours inside anyway.