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Roving tabindex is a great technique to add keyboard support to a custom element. Come learn how.
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Lot's of folks asking: What's up with Polymer 2.0? #AskPolymer
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Thinking of making a fancy custom button? ✋

Just use <button>
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I wanted to show folks how to make their own Polymer CLI generator so I shot a little video on it! 📺
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Today on #a11ycasts ~ Let's talk Focus and figure out what is and isn't focusable.
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Be sure to catch last week's show to find out what's new in Polymer Starter Kit 2! #Polycasts
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CSP evaluator, courtesy of the Google security team: bit.ly/2cQVzTo - check your CSP policy against it.. now!

p.s. you do have a CSP policy on your site, right?
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We are pleased to announce that tickets for Chrome Dev Summit 2016 (Nov 10-11 in San Francisco) are now available.

https://developer.chrome.com/devsummit
Connect with Chrome engineers and other leading developers for a two-day exploration of building beautiful and fast Progressive Web Apps. This year we will be doing a deeper dive into Progressive Web Apps, as well as looking at the new and exciting features coming to the web.
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This Thursday @ 14:00 UTC+1 +Paul Lewis & Surma implement Server-Side Rendering, LIVE! /goo.gl/8wSkRm
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Save the date! The annual Chrome Dev Summit is coming to San Francisco, CA on November 10th and 11th.
Connect with Chrome engineers and other leading developers for a two-day exploration of building beautiful and fast Progressive Web Apps. This year we will be doing a deeper dive into Progressive Web Apps, as well as looking at the new and exciting features coming to the web.
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Last week, +Paul Lewis & Surma live coded a 3D Card Flip. Here is the Supercharged TL;DW! http://goo.gl/fwTZpH 
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What’s new in Chrome 53?

You can now easily create encapsulated, re-usable web components with Shadow Dom v1; mobile payments become streamlined with the Payments Request API; the Web Bluetooth API is available experimentally on some platforms as an origin trial and there’s plenty more. _Pete LePage has all the details and how you can use these new developer features in Chrome 53!
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Are there any plans for Mobile (Android & iOS) extensions like the great functionality of Desktop? Sorry if this is not the correct place to ask this question! I don't know where to ask it. 😎
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A place for Chrome developers to meet, share, and discuss the latest in web development
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This is the official Google+ home of the Chrome Developer Relations team. We aim to help you write great web apps.

Follow this page to keep up to date on what's new for HTML5, Chrome apps & extensions, Dart, and other APIs that you can use with Chrome. We'll also hold weekly hangouts, give you behind the scenes tours, and occasionally dive deep into internals of Chrome.

If you’re building for the modern web, then this is the place for you!