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Polymer is a library that helps developers use native Web Components. Leveraging browser capabilities it promises high performance and low payload reusable components for front end developers. At Polymer Summit 2017 in Copenhagen, Denmark the team announced Polymer 3.0. The new version comes with welcom architectural changes.
Polymer and the Web Components ecosystem have made great strides. With browser implementations underway, the foundations are in place. There has been a few gripes in the ecosystem that have kept some developers back. Namely the Bower packet manager will give give way to the NPM equivalent.
More information and details on how to install Polymer 3.0 EAP from NPM on the Polymer team blog: Polymer 3.0 preview: npm and ES6 Modules
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