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Srikanth Rayabhagi
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Polymer in Production

When I was tasked with including new functionality into an existing, rather big internal web application, I found myself in a bit of a dilemma.

For my own personal projects and several other internal projects I did at work, I have grown to love web-components using Polymer because of the ease of development and the natural way to structure applications into (re-usable) parts.

The existing web application in question had been mainly developed with a once (and still) very popular library that shall not be named.

A full rewrite of the application was out of question due to time and budget restraints, but using Polymer would have a lot of benefits for the future as far as testability, maintainability and extensibility are concerned.

In this blog post I will go over some of the things I did and had to consider to make this work.

https://codingwithgerwin.blogspot.com/2017/03/polymer-in-production.html
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This is where patents come handy!
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Tuesday tip: Are you sick of random websites asking if they can show notifications in Chrome? I am. Here's how to stop it from happening:
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Update: The +CyanogenMod team has posted an update of their own, confirming the shutdown of the CM infrastructure and outlining a plan to continue the open-source initiative as Lineage, which we suspected was going to be the case last week (http://www.androidpolice.com/2016/12/12/lineageos-seems-very-likely-to-be-cyanogenmods-new-name-at-least-for-now/).
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Helps if you want to understand RCS
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Welcoming Waymo

The self-driving car project started in 2009 to develop technology that could make our roads safer and improve mobility for everyone. In October 2015, the team completed the world’s first fully self-driving trip on public roads in a car without a steering wheel, pedals or test driver. The project has just graduated from X and is now Waymo, an independent Alphabet company. Congratulations to the team! https://goo.gl/O8kemW
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