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Build a Web Component with Nutmeg - Bendyworks: We Make Web and Mobile Apps
Build a Web Component with Nutmeg
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A Practical Guide to Vanilla Web Components | Pluralsight
Web Components are set to change how you build front-end web applications. This course teaches you how to use the Web Components specifications to create encapsulated and reusable UI components which can be used with almost any framework or library.
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15 days ago by jnavon
Stencil
"Stencil is a compiler that generates Web Components (more specifically, Custom Elements). Stencil combines the best concepts of the most popular frameworks into a simple build-time tool.

Stencil takes features such as

Virtual DOM
Async rendering (inspired by React Fiber)
Reactive data-binding
TypeScript
JSX
and then generates standards-based Web Components with these features baked in.

Since Stencil generates standards-compliant web components, they can work with many popular frameworks right out of the box, and can be used without a framework because they are just web components. Stencil also enables a number of key capabilities on top of Web Components, in particular Server Side Rendering (SSR) without the need to run a headless browser, pre-rendering, and objects-as-properties (instead of just strings).

Compared to using Custom Elements directly, Stencil provides extra APIs that makes writing fast components simpler. APIs like Virtual DOM, JSX, and async rendering make fast, powerful components easy to create, while still maintaining 100% compatibility with Web Components.

The developer experience is also tuned, and comes with live reload and a small dev server baked in to the compiler.

Why Stencil?
Stencil was created by the Ionic Framework team to help build faster, more capable components that worked across all major frameworks.

While Ionic primarily targeted Cordova apps, the emergence of Progressive Web Apps as a rapidly growing target for web developers demanded a different approach to web app development performance. With Ionic's classic use of traditional frameworks and bundling techniques, the team was struggling to meet latency and code size demands for Progressive Web Apps that ran equally well on fast and slow networks, across a diversity of platforms and devices.

Additionally, framework fragmentation had created a web development interoperability nightmare, where components built for one framework didn't work with another framework.

Web Components offered a solution to both problems, pushing more work to the browser for better performance, and targeting a standards-based component model that all frameworks could use.

However, Web Components by themselves weren't enough. Building fast web apps required innovations that were previously locked up inside of traditional web frameworks. Stencil was built to pull these features out of traditional frameworks and bring them to the fast emerging Web Component standard."
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22 days ago by robertogreco
Shadow DOM v1: Self-Contained Web Components  |  Web Fundamentals  |  Google Developers
Shadow DOM allows web developers to create compartmentalized DOM and CSS for web components
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4 weeks ago by mudkip
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5 weeks ago by leggetter
Raindrops on roses, whiskers on kittens, declarative web APIs and truly serverless web endpoints
"This article introduces some cool things I have been playing with recently that have excited me. The thread which ties them together is getting communities of sites to work together across domains, but powered by the front end."
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