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Check it out this new +Polymer element for copying text to the clipboard.

<cp-clipboard> uses the popular ZeroClipboard library to provide an easy way to copy text to the clipboard using an invisible Adobe Flash movie.

Demo: http://trangjon.com/cp-clipboard/components/cp-clipboard/demo.html
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After months with no updates, we're going to bring life to this page again :D
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Great writup on using (native) HTML Imports and +Polymer for the polyfill'd version.

http://robdodson.me/blog/2013/08/20/exploring-html-imports/
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I can't stop drooling!
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Join +Alex Komoroske+Matthew McNulty, and myself in 1hr for an intro and  Q&A with the Polymer team.

Get your burning web components questions answered!
https://developers.google.com/events/836113307/
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+Eric Bidelman  Thanks for the explanation. We have been using Angular JS for quite time and are hopeful that the framework will adopt the underlying primitives. 

Just played with Polymer.js. I am so excited. It looks cool. Planning to build a datagrid component to demo this to few folks here in India. 
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See how chrome implements a bunch of elements using Shadow DOM by enabling 'Show Shadow DOM' in DevTools and inspecting http://www.rbyers.net/chrome-builtin-shadowdom.html.  See this article for more details on Shadow DOM: http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/webcomponents/shadowdom/
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This option is also present in the Safari 6.1 / 7 dev tools, which I find surprising as they've been removing explicit Shadow DOM properties.
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Today's HTML5 Weekly featured a new Web Component project called <voice-elements> made with +Polymer.

It provides you two elements to do voice recognition and speech synthesis by using the Web Speech API.

Check it out!
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Custom Elements are in Chrome and coming to FF. Learn how to create new tags in HTML!
 
New article on h5r!  

"Custom Elements: defining new elements in HTML"
http://www.html5rocks.com/en/tutorials/webcomponents/customelements/

- Getting started: document.register(), custom tags, type extensions
- Adding markup and JS properties
   - lifecycle callbacks
   - creating elements from <template> and Shadow DOM
- Styling custom elements
   - :unresolved pseudo class 

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The last stuff in web components!
 
Posted my talk from BDConf San Diego.

"Web Components: a new way of building web apps"

http://html5-demos.appspot.com/static/webcomponents-bdconf/index.html
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Love the hangouts demo :) You should make that into a polymer-ui-chat component or something.
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