Polymer @ YouTube (Polymer Summit 2017)

Over one billion hours of video are watched on YouTube daily, and the desktop YouTube site is built using Polymer. That brings with it some unique constraints … source

What You See is What You Deserve: Simple Visual Tools For All! (Polymer Summit 2017)

Polymer is great for building libraries of Web Components that everyone can use. It’s also great for defining a unified design system; however, there’s more that … source

Polymer Developer Summit 2017 – Live Stream Day 1

Check out the live stream on Day 1 of the Polymer Developer Summit 2017, Copenhagen. Join us for two days of talks, codelabs, and breakout sessions from … source

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

Progressive Web Apps across all frameworks – Google I/O 2016

Addy Osmani on Progressive Web Apps across all frameworks. Progressive Web Apps can be built using any JavaScript library or framework, whether it’s React, … source

A11y with Polymer (The Polymer Summit 2015)

One in six people will experience a disability at some point in their life, so it’s crucial for sites and apps to work smoothly for users with a wide range Continue ReadingA11y with Polymer (The Polymer Summit 2015)

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

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

Future of Apps Panel – Chrome Dev Summit 2014

The Future of Apps Panel gives you the chance to get answers for the hard questions about the direction Google are taking with Web Apps: What is the future of Continue ReadingFuture of Apps Panel – Chrome Dev Summit 2014

Google I/O 2014 – Polymer and the Web Components revolution

Speaker(s): Matt McNulty Description: A huge opportunity is brewing. One where web development becomes a powerfully rich ecosystem of discoverable, … 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

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

Unit Testing with Web Component Tester — Polycasts #36

Testing the behavior of your components is not only useful for peace of mind, but it also makes your it much easier to refactor and add new behavior in the Continue ReadingUnit Testing with Web Component Tester — Polycasts #36

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)