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Using Polymer in WordPress: Build a Custom Google Maps Component

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Web components are a set of standards for creating custom, reusable HTML elements. Polymer is an open-source JavaScript library for building web applications using web components. Created by those clever folks at Google, it provides a number of additio...

How to Make Accessible Web Components — a Brief Guide

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This article was peer reviewed by Mallory van Achterberg. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! In a previous article I demonstrated how to create a multiselect web component. In the comments sec...

Creating a Multiselect Component as a Web Component

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Web applications become every day more complicated and require a lot of markup, scripts and styling. To manage and maintain hundred kilobytes of HTML, JS, and CSS we try to split our application into reusable components. We try hard to encapsulate comp...

Introducing New Tools for Polymer Development

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Last September, Google held the Polymer Summit 2015. During this conference, developers supplied a great deal of input about new things made possible by Polymer. Polymer 1.0 had been released earlier, which added to the anticipation that so many had fo...

Building an Image Gallery Component with Polymer

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Web components are becoming the future trend of Web application development. They allow us to group HTML markup, scripts, and styles into a reusable component. These components are part of the browser and hence don't need external JavaScript libraries ...