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Here's the status of W3C Web Components specs
Web Components Current Status. completed work •; drafts •; obsolete specifications. This page summarizes the relationships among specifications, whether they are finished standards or drafts. Below, each title links to the most recent version of a document.
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Polymer and Angular.js are two incredibly popular projects that are run by Google. The two projects can, with some coercion, be used together!
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Polymer team also announced a boilerplate for building web applications with Web Components
https://developers.google.com/web/tools/polymer-starter-kit/
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Meet the Gold Standard, a in-progress checklist for Web Components best practices
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Polymer reaches 1.0 and it's now production ready
https://www.polymer-project.org/1.0/
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The polymer keynote today was awesome can't wait to get started again
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The new Google Music is now made with +Polymer
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Not at all, the config screen use a list view. I have the v5.9.18 of the app. 
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Why Web Components?

New article by +Zeno Rocha & +Addy Osmani.
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Here's a great explanation about the state of Web Components by +Wilson Page

https://hacks.mozilla.org/2015/06/the-state-of-web-components/
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In any rfc, there's often one group pushing the spec along while others wait to see if it's a thing before getting involved. Hopefully late-comers recognize their timing and participate appropriately. I'm not too worried final result will have significant impact on existing code using polyfills.
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New talk: "Polymer and modern web APIs: In production at Google scale" by +Matthew McNulty, +Taylor Savage, +Eric Bidelman, and +Addy Osmani
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That is maybe a MacOS problem, it works perfectly fine on Firefox on Linux and Windows.
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Brand new catalog for official +Polymer elements https://elements.polymer-project.org/
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The new https://customelements.io is here!

Go and explore the world of Web Components :) 
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New talk by +Phil Leggetter on "Why you should be using Web Components Now. And How".
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+Erevald Kullolli -  "Not all browser support web components" is essentially faulting polymer because it's the only framework that is defining a standard. Does safari implement native angular or react? 
+Richard Vowles - Angular's DI could be hacked into polymer easily, but Angular's DI is really just global objects and defeats true component nature in my experience.  Writing components is hard, web sites need the modularity web components brings.  
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Updates on specification, implementation efforts, and new stuff in the Web Components world.