Archive for the ‘web components’ Category

An intro to web components with otters

Monica Dinculescu on web components and why we might care: ... before web components came around, you had to wait on all browsers to agree on a new element (like, a date picker). And even after they agreed on a new element, it took them yeaaaaars to im...

Extensible Web Components

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Some interesting thoughts from Jeremy Keith about his concerns with Web Components: Compare Service Workers to web components. First of all, ask the question “who benefits from this technology?” In the case of Service Workers, it’s the end users....

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...

Understanding Components in Ember 2

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This article was peer reviewed by Edwin Reynoso and Nilson Jacques. Thanks to all of SitePoint’s peer reviewers for making SitePoint content the best it can be! Components are a vital part of an Ember application. They allow you to define your own, a...

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 ...

A Responsive Material Design App With Polymer Starter Kit

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  One upcoming technology that represents a big leap forward in making the web a mature application platform is web components. From a high-level perspective, web components will enable better composability, reusability and interoperability o...