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New episode of The Web Platform Podcast: "Basic Web Components & Best Practices"
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X-Material: Material Design as Web Components using X-Tag
Introduction We aim to create a toolkit of web components that does not require huge frameworks, custom JavaScript processors and does not dictate the user how their apps should be developed. Instead the x-material provides pluggable and friendly custom components that do not differ conceptually ...
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Pankaj Parashar introduces Microsoft's X-Tag JavaScript library to enable Web Components, using the example of a Google Map custom element.
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Polyicon ~ online tool to create custom, optimized material design SVG iconset for an app

https://poly-icon.appspot.com
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Apple's Airdrop clone built with Polymer and WebRTC for instant p2p file-sharing
SnapDrop lets you instantly share files with people near by. It is a web-based clone of Apple's Airdrop.
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"Web Components in production use – are we there yet?"

Pretty interesting article by +Marcus Hellberg
A lot of progress has been made since the introduction of the Web Components back in 2011. All major browsers have started implementation of the technologies needed to run web components natively. While browser vendors are still working on native implementations, libraries have been able to use ...
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When you first come across AngularJS’s ngRepeat directive it’s the best thing since sliced bread — it nearly blows your …
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In my previous article, I wrote about how to get started with unit testing in Polymer. The goal was to setup the testing…
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I sometimes hear web developers discuss how Web Components are dead. They were DOA. Done. A nice idea, but one that no o…
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Here's the plan for customelements.io on 2016 by +Zeno Rocha
2015 has been an incredible year for CustomElements.io.
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Here are some updates from Mozilla about Web Components
Web Components is an umbrella term for four technologies that aim to make UI development easier and more modular. It has been in development since about 2011: a very long time for Internet standards! All the specifications have been changing constantly as more vendors have started implementing ...
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