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Prateek Jadhwani
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Let yourself be drawn by the strange pull of what you love. It will not lead you astray.
Let yourself be drawn by the strange pull of what you love. It will not lead you astray.

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I had a dog once. Named him "Stay".
"Come here, Stay."
He's insane now.
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Are you guys planning to attend the Web Components Remote Conference on 16th-17th Feb?

Feel free to visit their site https://wcremoteconf.com/ for the schedules.

And the good thing is the tickets are pretty cheap so that everyone can attend.

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The content management system built on top of Polymer and serverless architecture that I have been working on.

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Updates on Pancake CMS, a cms built using webcomponents, polymerjs and firebase

https://prateekjadhwani.github.io/2017/01/18/Pancake-C-M-S-Improvements-Week-2.html

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Its an #opensource  project.
Working on something beautiful using #polymer   #webcomponents  and #firebase  
Its a Content Management System that uses Serverless architecture. And its fast.

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Working on something beautiful using #polymer   #webcomponents  and #firebase  
Its a Content Management System that uses Serverless architecture. And its fast.

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Here is the question that is bugging me for quite some time. So I decided to create a poll for it.

*Are you using web-components in production?* Or are you using any libraries for web-components? Or a similar approach?
213 votes
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Yes, we are using web-components!!
9%
No, but we have started implementing it.
8%
We are building POCs and making decision
15%
No, not worth it!!
31%
We have no clue what that is.
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