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ShadyCSS support lands in ES6 templating library lit-html

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Starting from version 3.0 the Polymer Web Components utilities will standardize on JavaScript best practises. One of the areas is templating, where Polymer is set to leverage native ES6 template literals.

Written by Jorgé on Friday February 2, 2018

Polymer 3.0 release date closing in fast

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The Polymer team at Google working on the Web Components library has sent out a new version of their library. This is a significant step following the change of architecture of Polymer in August 2017.

Written by Jorgé on Friday January 19, 2018

Polymer 3.0 release date and what that means for Web Components in 2018

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Polymer, the Web Components library from Google is expected to launch the major revision 3.0 in the first half of 2018. This is a significant release for the project since after years of waiting for native support for Web Components the support is now wide spread.

Written by Jorgé on Wednesday January 10, 2018

Polymer 3.0 moves to NPM and ES6 Modules with templates in JavaScript

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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.

Written by Jorgé on Tuesday August 22, 2017

YouTube is being rebuilt with Web Components & Polymer

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YouTube is the undisputed video platform for the web. Back in 2005 when it launched it revolutionized online video with Flash (yes, that Flash) and was acquired by Google in October 2006.

Casual video viewers as well as amateur and professional content creators, everybody uses YouTube. From Flash to HTML5 video the technology has evolved. Now YouTube going for Web Components.

Written by Jorgé on Tuesday October 25, 2016