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Web Components in 2016

Web Components in 2016

The past few years have been a bumpy ride for developers excited by Web Components. But we’re finally reaching a point where all of the browsers agree upon, and are implementing, Web Component standards.

Similarly, the Polymer project has gone through many iterations to get where it is today and looking forward we want to focus on giving developers the most polished, on-rails experience we possibly can.

So what does that look like? In this talk we’ll cover the future of Polymer tools, where we see the ecosystem heading, and our roadmap of features for 2016 and beyond!

Rob Dodson

March 18, 2016

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