Polymer: transcript video from Google I \ O

    Polymer is a special library for creating and using web components, and a web component can be defined as dedicated and independent HTML code that includes templates, styles and the accompanying js-logic. By the way, recently on Habré there was an interesting article Web components in implementation of Polymer from Google about what Polymer is and how it can be useful.
    In fact, the task of Polymer is not only to simplify the creation of sites, Polymer should help to create web applications that can operate on various devices without additional intervention: from desktops and mobile platforms to TVs. Polymer can be called the embodiment of Material Design for the web.

    And especially for those who are interested in the future of the web and applications in general (yes, these worlds are very closely connected! And, if you think about it, Polymer connects them even more), we prepared a professional transcript of video reports from Google I \ O:

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    Polymer and Android L

    It will be interesting for mobile developers that now in Android L, the WebView component used to display HTML content in applications supports Polymer without using polyfills (polyfiles are cross-browser code fragments that add missing functionality to certain browsers). Read more in the article. The new Chromium WebView is now updated via Google Play and supports Web Components .

    Polymer in combat

    Examples of using Polymer can be found on this site. One of the most interesting examples is the Chrome Dev Editor (CDE). CDE is a development environment for Chrome applications using JavaScript or Dart. Interestingly, CDE is a Chrome app in itself written in Dart using Polymer.

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