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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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Our buddy <template> has found a home in the HTML specification.

http://www.w3.org/html/wg/drafts/html/master/templating.html
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+Geoff Adams That one isn't working either, currently :/
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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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Custom Elements. Yaaay!
 
"Put your left foot it. Put your left foot out. Shake it all about"

+Dominic Cooney gives an update on the Custom Element features he's been landing in Blink:

What's new in Custom Elements 2013-07-10

00:35 - document.register()
04:10 - createdCallback
09:34 - attributeChangedCallback
05:25 - CSS :unresolved
12:09 - enteredDocumentCallback/leftDocumentCallback

Don't forget to enable these features in Chrome Canary via the "Experimental WebKit features" flag in about:flags

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This is sweet, I have been pounding away on some custom elements myself. It's really easy to build your own toolbox of tags and then use them in your existing workflows. Even better, using them to supplant parts of your development workflow!
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React + x-tags. An excellent example of the composability and interop web components gives us. Frameworks by two different vendors, working harmoniously together!

http://blog.vjeux.com/2013/javascript/custom-components-react-x-tags.html
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