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Announce: Vaadin Transfers the ownership of the gwt-polymer-elements and gwt-api-generator libraries to the community.

The decision was made because once demonstrated that polymer elements could be easily be integrated in GWT, Vaadin wants to invest Elements team’s time in adding valuable user benefits to Vaadin Core Elements developing new awesome elements.

By the 20th of April the project ownership will be transferred to me in github, and I will do my best to attract GWT collaborators. Please, if you are interested on the project don't hesitate to leave a comment in the issues opened for that. I will grant commit access.


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On behalf of the Vaadin Elements Team, I am glad to announce the new version of the gwt-polymer-elements 1.7.0.0

This is the first stable version; it comes to the scene thanks to the invaluable effort of the GWT team releasing the final version of GWT-2.8.0 with JsInterop.

Main features in this version, apart from non-depending on experimental stuff, are:

- Use Polymer version 1.7.0. Latest versions of all the Polymer elements are bundled.
- Many fixes on how to set type-safe properties and attributes.
- Support Polymer templates data binding from the Java side.
- Load the webcomponents.js polyfill dynamically, and only when the browser does not have a native support for web components.
- Lazy imports for Polymer and elements if they have not been registered yet. This means that now the user can import all the stuff in the host page and use vulcanize or HTTP/2.0 mechanisms to optimize their site.
- Added new collections and elements, so that now it is easier to create PWAs and offline apps: app-elements and platinum-elements.
- New Vaadin elements are available apart from the grid: combo-box, upload, date-picker, context-menu, split-layout, and the new icons.
- The showcase comes with more examples showing hints of using Polymer data binding in UiBinder and Java.
- The showcase also includes an example of how to include, parse and bundle third-party web components in your Maven project, automatically dealing with node, npm, Bower dependencies, and Java generator.

Links:
- gwt-polymer-elements: https://vaadin.com/gwt
- gwt-api-generator: https://github.com/vaadin/gwt-api-generator
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The #DevFestFL #CFP is open until 9/10!

Please see our blog for more details:
https://devfestflorida.org/blog/call-for-speakers

Save the date for this conference on November 5th, 2016 in Orlando, Florida! Ticket sales will be announced in the coming weeks.

We are looking for #AndroidDev  and web speakers for our 3 track, one day, event. Interesting web technologies that we want to hear about are: #PWAs   #Firebase   #Angular2   #Polymer  

Please follow +DevFest Florida 2016 to stay up to date with the latest news!

#DevFest16
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Progressive Web App Dev Summit Extended Madrid

What are the Progressive Web Apps?
por +Gloria Bueno (@globits)
Video: https://youtu.be/z_DTg7xvC9o?t=2m33s

Service Workers for caching and offline navigation
por +Salvador de la Puente González (@salvadelapuente)
Video: https://youtu.be/z_DTg7xvC9o?t=21m00s

Push notifications on the web
por +Víctor Sánchez (@VictorSanchez)
Video: https://youtu.be/z_DTg7xvC9o?t=58m54s

Web Components the best marriage for a PWA
por +Manolo Carrasco Moñino (@dodotis)
Video: https://youtu.be/z_DTg7xvC9o?t=1h27m45s

How to improve your App`s preformance with Polymer
por Jorge del Casar (@jorgecasar)
Slides: https://slides.com/jorgecasar/improve-app-performance-polymer/
Video: https://youtu.be/z_DTg7xvC9o?t=2h3m30s
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Looking forward to speaking about PWA in the Gwtcon
#sneakpeek
+Manuel Carrasco Moñino (+Vaadin) will be speaker at #GWTcon2016
"GWT in the Progressive Web Apps (PWA) Era"
#GWTcon2016 
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#sneakpeek
+Manuel Carrasco Moñino (+Vaadin) will be speaker at #GWTcon2016
"GWT in the Progressive Web Apps (PWA) Era"
#GWTcon2016 
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My children made this video to say all of you: Merry Christmas.
Merry Christmas from my family :)
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I you didn't try yet, you might play with the demo (http://goo.gl/JPHNuu) I did for the #GwtCon  2015 last week: Robots Chat Room

It's a full stack app in GWT with just a bunch of java lines (https://goo.gl/F3pqo7).

Every layer in the stack is open-sourced: GWT + Polymer + CouchDb.

I join them using vaadin-gwt-polymer-elements (https://goo.gl/QjiYY9) and a vaadin-pouchdb (https://goo.gl/s1uBJt) a polymer component I did in order to use pouchdb.js from GWT.

#gwt #polymer #vaadin #couchdb   #pouchdb  
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The new polymer ecosystem makes really easy to share UI components between developers. Let's GWT take advantage of the JS ecosystem to create amazing UIs.

Here you have my slides in the #GwtCon 2015, giving  a walk to the existing JS tools, and sharing our experience at the #Vaadin Elements team working with #polymer  and #gwt  
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GWT Live Q&A sessions are about to begin! - http://buff.ly/1Mdw1Mo #GWT
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