Videos

Supercharged Live Live Live! (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
Last year’s Polymer Summit was the very first Supercharged Live Live Live stream. It’s only appropriate to do it again this year. Surma and Monica are going to build… something! With, like, Web Components, the newest JavaScript and other cutting edge technologies. ’Cause what could possibly go wrong? Code can be found on GitHub: github.com/GoogleChrome/ui-element-samples/tree/gh-pages/lazy-image […]

ES6 Modules in the Real World (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
ES6 Modules are now supported in all major modern browsers. By using the platform and building native, well-supported, modular code, you can benefit from speedier engineering cycles—no compile steps required during development. In this video, Sam Thorogood details the architectural patterns that enable you to use ES6 Modules for your webapp or experience, regardless of […]

Web Components for VR (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
In this video, we’ll explore building a semantic component system to create declarative 3D web content. You’ll see what goes into WebGL and how it can lay out the architecture to allow authors to create 3D applications from a set of small components. You’ll learn more about 3D rendering as well as component architecture. Check […]

UI’s Across Multiple Devices (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
We have more and more devices, but we still mostly use them in isolation. In this video, you will learn how we use Polymer in research and education to experiment with applications that combine multiple devices. Maria Husmann, a PhD student at ETH Zurich, introduces the cross-device library that she built using Polymer and demonstrates […]

SSR Web Components (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
SSR – or server-side rendering – has become all the rage in other JavaScript communities and is a criticism of web components as something you cannot do. In this video, Trey Shugart busts that myth by providing an overview of the benefits, the hurdles to overcome, an in-depth look at how it’s achievable, and the […]

Solving SEO with Headless Chrome (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
Working with client-based web technologies offers the promise of decoupling models and views. It’s a powerful model which yields a clean developer experience allowing the server to deal with data and interactions and the client UI to simply present and facilitate these interactions. SEO is the big problem these client-based technologies face. Building a headless […]

Straight Talk About Server-Side Rendering (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
Server-side rendering is a hot topic, and for good reason – it’s instrumental in maximizing your app’s reach and can have performance benefits as well. You’ve asked to hear more about SSR in a web-components context, and we’ve heard you loud and clear: Polymer Summit 2017 features an hour of SSR-related content. This video provides […]

Using Web Components in Ionic (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
Developers and businesses are struggling to build fast mobile web apps to reach the next billion users. This talk explores the challenges faced and lessons learned as the Ionic Framework team ported over their collection of mobile-first UI components from a traditional frontend framework to standard Web Components, all in pursuit of faster, more accessible […]

What is/Who Makes “The Platform” (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
#UseThePlatform, but what even is the platform? and who makes the platform?? In this video, Mariko Kosaka, a Developer Advocate at Google, investigates how the web platform standards are made. Check out the rest of the Polymer Summit session videos here: goo.gl/KuiAXd Subscribe to the Google Chrome Developers channel: goo.gl/LLLNvf

Web Components: Just in the Nick of Time (Polymer Summit 2017)

5 months ago
When Google started the project that developed Web Components back in 2011, the full impact of the mobile revolution hadn’t yet been felt. Many tools and frameworks developed in the intervening years inherited desktop-centric assumptions that no longer make sense. What’s needed now are approaches that let us build on-time and under budget — both […]

CodePens Explained #2 – Custom Gradient Underline

5 months ago
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GatsbyJS Tutorials #3 – Adding Plugins & Using Sass

5 months ago
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