From Components to Applications – Net-a-Porter (Polymer Summit 2016)

Since Polymer Summit 2015 the NET-A-PORTER tech team set about building on top of their work with web components and start building applications. This talk … source

Polymer 2.0 in 2.0 seconds: Upgrading Projects Large and Small (Polymer Summit 2016)

Do you dread upgrading your giant world-spanning tree of Polymer elements? Or maybe you’ve got a handful of small but widely used elements that you’d like … source

APK Analyzer: An Android Tool Time Deep Dive

Wojtek Kaliciński introduces the APK Analyzer in Android Studio 2.2. The APK Analyzer gives developers insight into the contents of a release APK, including … source

Flip Switch: Live Code Session – Supercharged (Polymer Summit 2016)

Paul and Surma live-code a UI element from scratch, using ES2015, Custom Elements and Shadow DOM. Yeah, because live-coding never goes wrong. And to … source

Hacking Without Being a Hack (Polymer Summit 2016)

Almost everyone has had a moment when they have been asked to build something quickly at 3pm on a Friday. Come explore how Polymer can transform a … source

ExoPlayer: Adaptive video streaming on Android

ExoPlayer is a newly open sourced media player built on Android’s low level media APIs. It supports DASH and SmoothStreaming adaptive playback, and is … source

Discussion Panel (Polymer Summit 2016)

A look ahead at the future of the Polymer Project and web component. Missed the summit? Catch the recordings at: https://www.polymer-project.org/summit Or … source

The ServiceWorker: The network layer is yours to own

Introducing ServiceWorker, the API that gives you full control over HTTP caching, request, and forms the basis for push messaging, alarms, geofencing and … source

Production-Ready Polymer Elements – A How-To-Guide (Polymer Summit 2016)

The Polymer team is responsible for over one hundred elements that are used in vast assortment of combinations, browsers, and applications. Come learn how … source

How I learned to stop worrying and love the Polymer toolbox (Polymer Summit 2016)

Think of your favorite app. It’s probably meowni.ca/emojillate (who can blame you), but if it isn’t (and we need to talk) it probably has one, if not all, of these Continue ReadingHow I learned to stop worrying and love the Polymer toolbox (Polymer Summit 2016)