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Sort order. Joseph Moniz rated it liked it Nov 11, Josip Maras marked it as to-read Mar 04, How long have datepickers been available to desktop developers as a simple widget? Probably three decades and yet these are still not available natively in HTML. Instead browser developers place their focus on all sorts of other areas. These x-tags are potential helpful but really, the developer community have already supplied a very similar version of these widgets in the form of jQuery UI for example.
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August 27th, at T Reinventing the wheel is a good thing. September 2nd, at Phunky Has there been any discussions on how to handle media-query type functionality in web components yet? It would be good to get that baked in from the start! August 27th, at bardu Angelina: Is your demo app somewhere available? August 27th, at romulo santos I was there, at the end my team ended up with twitter bootstrap. September 15th, at Potch Definitely!
August 27th, at Leon Zhang Hi Ted, For datepickers, we actually provide a tag that uses x-calendar in the way you describe. August 27th, at James Meldrum Why the x- prefix? Good start. August 27th, at Aras This is very exciting and long overdue! August 27th, at Igor Costa Finally Web developers will have the power of componentization to increase chance of better performance and better code quality. August 27th, at Richard My thoughts exactly! But it was 5.
Developing Web Components: UI from jQuery to Polymer by Jarrod Overson
Regarding point 1. August 28th, at Potch 1 The core Brick components all share a common dependency core, which is only included once in a bundle. August 29th, at Semih Akalin Interesting. August 28th, at Ok I guess this could replace jquery? I hope it will be compatible with Polymer UI Elements. Developers and businesses can look forward to better performance and the reduced need for Polyfills.
This step is huge for the Polymer community. Important Note: Like Angular version and 1 and 2 , transitioning from web components v0 to web components v1 should be as smooth as possible.
However, I would recommend the use of Polymer in the following cases:. Increased blog app documentation can be found here. View the work.
Specializing in enterprise software development, Dimitar has developed technologies and platforms for the healthcare and education sectors. Industry interests include big data Hadoop , microservices, cloud computing,.
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Net Core and Java, devops, and web components the Polymer Project. Dimitar studied Hadoop platform and application framework along with big data analytics at the University San Diego. Skip to content. Download Our Guide. Why Polymer Worked: Modernizing a Legacy System Several years ago, we began work on a complex legacy system with an architecture built from.
The System Had Several Challenges: Difficulty supporting and debugging Painful process to fix and add new features Insufficient documentation and convoluted source code Difficulty using with mobile devices, tablets and chromebooks Memory leaks Poor performance in offline mode We needed a mobile-first system with a reliable offline mode. Additional Needs: The documentation should be improved. Onboarding of the new members should be much easier.
Adding new features and the platform should grow without any problems. After several meetings with product owners, the main skeleton of the application was ready: The architecture should follow a microservices pattern. A good single page application framework was required. Angular Angular does not support shadow and shady DOM was a major stumbling block. Deep Dive: React vs Polymer Considering the two remaining options, both had distinct advantages. The reasons were: The Polymer Project has better support for web components compared to React.
For more about React and web components, please to visit: React and Web Components. Version 1. The integration of the new modules is not a painful task. Polymer has better offline modules than React. Because of the patent clause, you are not allowed to do anything that constitutes as competing with Facebook. If you do take legal actions or in other ways challenge Facebook, your license to use React is immediately revoked. Your license is also revoked if you have any legal disputes if you have legal disputes with any other company using React.
This is the reason why both Google and Microsoft employees are not allowed to use React. We think this is much easier with Polymer. It is easy to understand the component without opening several files at once: Click to see an example like the below. Code is much cleaner, and the developer has all definition in one place. Angular 1 allows inline structure definition in a single file. But this structure would be strange for a large application.