Web Components

Web Components are a set of standards currently being produced by Google engineers as a W3C specification that allow for the creation of reusable widgets or components in web documents and web applications. The intention behind them is to bring component-based software engineering to the World Wide Web. The components model allows for encapsulation and interoperability of individual HTML elements. Support for Web Components is present in some WebKit-based browsers like Google Chrome and Opera and is in Mozilla FireFox (requires a manual configuration change). Microsoft's Internet Explorer has not implemented any Web Components specifications yet.[1] Backwards compatibility with older browsers is implemented using JavaScript-based Poly Fill-s. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Web_Components

Open Source cross-browser competition for Javascript Client Framework-s.

http://webcomponents.org/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fqULJBBEVQE

http://component.kitchen/

https://github.com/webcomponents


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