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Web Components and Google’s Polymer Project

Host: Kim Dalsgaard

When: 14. Apr 2015 at 16:30 - 18:30

Where: Systematic A/S, Søren Frichs Vej 39, 8000 Aarhus C


Four new specs are on their way through the W3C standardization process that will radically change the way we build web applications. The four specs are Templates, Custom Elements, Shadow DOM, and HTML Imports - under one referred to as Web Components.
Web Components are natively supported in Chrome, partly implemented in Firefox, and work through a polyfill in all evergreen browsers.

On top of Web Components, Google is building a new web framework called Polymer. This makes working with Web Components even easier without loosing compatibility with ‘vanilla’ Web Components (or other well behaved frameworks).

Kim Dalsgaard
Freelance Web and iOS Developer

Price: Free

Language: English

Contact: Benedikte Schaltz


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