React, Flux, GraphQL, Hack, HHVM...? All of this and more!
As the launch date of Polymer 3.0 inches closer the Polymer crew is working hard on all aspects of the next major leap for Web Components. Native Web Components support is already live in Billions of devices.
With the launch of lit-html 0.9 comes another significant polyfill for in the form of ShadyCSS support. The ShadyCSS library provides simulation of ShadowDOM style encapsulation. This will allow global and scoped CSS to work within lit-html templates. Together with the performance improvements over vDOM implementations this is a good alternative to React Styled Components.
In addition this fundamental feature there are other flexibility improvements like the ability mix different template dialects in across templates. In addition a major bug fix is the directive support for attribute and property bindings.Tweet