Monday, January 12, 2015

HTML5 Web Components

Chrome already supports Web Components,
and other web browsers can with help of Polymer or similar library.
Simpler and semantic markup is finally possible in web apps and documents!

Excellent course: HTML5 Web Component Fundamentals – Pluralsight Training:

"Learn how to create native HTML5 Web Components
using Shadow DOM, Custom Elements, Templates, and Imports."

  • Templates: Encapsulated Markup & Styling
  • Custom Elements: Define our own Elements
  • Shadow DOM: Inert, reusable markup
  • Imports: Bundle HTML, JS, & CSS
BitNative by Cory House | Rethinking Software

JonRimmer (Jon Rimmer) @ GitHub

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