How to train your dragon (web standard)

How to train your dragon (web standard)

They say there's two things you never want to see made: sausages and web standards. Sooooo I'm going to tell you about both! How do browsers work? What are web components even? Everyone's using them and maybe you should too! 🆒🐱🎉

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Monica Dinculescu

November 29, 2017
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing <input type=“date”>
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing <input type=“date”>
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing <input type=“date”>
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing <input type=“date”>
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing <input type=“date”>
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html oops.html .html a useful lifecycle extensibility (maybe)

    implementation encapsulation a space suit to breathe in space
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html oops.html .html a useful lifecycle extensibility (maybe)

    implementation encapsulation a space suit to breathe in space (DOM)
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html oops.html .html <shiny-button></shiny-button> class ShinyButton extends HTMLElement

    { constructor() { } connectedCallback() { } } customElements.define(‘shiny-button’, ShinyButton)
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html oops.html .html class ShinyButton extends HTMLElement {

    constructor() { } connectedCallback() { } } customElements.define(‘shiny-button’, ShinyButton) a useful lifecycle extensibility
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html the browser already does the thing the

    thing explains existing browser magic the thing can be extended people already used and liked the thing
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html why isn’t it more successful? oops.html .html

    polyfills.html also.html “ why aren’t we using it? “ usually means
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html is it viable without polymer? oops.html .html

    polyfills.html also.html “ we’ve done bad dev rel-ing usually means
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html oops.html .html polyfills.html also.html new API documented

    best practices 
 explained libraries do best practices framework interop utopia
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    intro.html standards.html vendors.html if the browser understands the semantics of

    your element it can add tools for it oops.html .html polyfills.html also.html
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