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Taylor Savage and Monica Dinculescu talk about the current state of Polymer, and how you can use Web Components to improve your development.

Links:
The Polymer Project: www.polymer-project.org/
Web Components: beta.webcomponents.org/
Polymer 2016 Keynote: goo.gl/OYeyfC

Watch more recordings from Chrome Dev Summit ’16 at: goo.gl/TkgXYM
Subscribe to the channel: www.youtube.com/chromedevelopers
Music by Terra Monk: goo.gl/xolmTV

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5 Comments on "Web Components and Polymer (Chrome Dev Summit 2016)"

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László Balogh
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László Balogh
1 year 5 days ago

Web components seem a good idea, but I wish Google had just #UseThePlatform instead of throwing yet an other framework into the soup.

Tyler Schwartz
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Tyler Schwartz
1 year 2 days ago

You shouldn't think of Polymer as a framework but rather as a lightweight library that lets you write Web Components without having to write a lot of boilerplate code.

John Riviello
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John Riviello
1 year 7 days ago

Excellent talk. Especially love the part about Fear Driven Development. Going to be giving Tattoo a try today.

noelserdna
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noelserdna
1 year 8 days ago

polyref??? Where I can find it, please

sfincione2000
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sfincione2000
1 year 8 days ago

I love the way Monica says "button" =)

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