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Thanks to all of you who attended our I/O talk--including those of you following along on the live stream! We'll post a link to the session video here once we have it.

Here are the links we talked about at the end of our talk:

Learn More
Introduction to Web Components (http://www.w3.org/TR/components-intro/)
CSS Variables Spec (http://dev.w3.org/csswg/css-variables/)

Experiment
Web Components Polyfill (requires Shadow DOM support) (https://github.com/dglazkov/Web-Components-Polyfill)
Mozilla's x-tags Custom Elements Polyfill (works on all browsers) (https://github.com/mozilla/x-tag)

Of course, if you're reading this you're already in the right place to hear all about web components into the future. Stay tuned!
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Any chance we can get your code for the x-poll example?
 
In the presentation you compared the solution given by frameworks like Backbone. But most of those frameworks efforts is finding a way to connect the page with a datasource. Is there any plan for a a declarative API for that? (kind of overlapping with AngularJS team's work).

Anyway, great news I'm very excited to start publishing my web components :)
 
This is the most important thing to hit the web since CSS. Any chance we can get the slides?
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