Future-proof your Web Apps with Web Components and LitElement


Duration: 50 mins
Kito Mann
Editor-in-Chief, JSF Central

Building a web app? Should you pick Angular, React, Vue, or the something else? Did you know that browsers have a built-in standard for building reusable components, called Web Components? With a little bit of help from LitElement and LitHtml — libraries from Google’s Polymer team — you can build powerful web apps that run natively in all modern browsers (and can even work in IE). This means faster performance, less overhead, and most importantly, long-term compatibility (once it’s in the browser, it stays in the browser). This session dives into LitElement and LitHtml, and explains how how you can build components and entire applications using property binding, templating, and other common framework features in a simple, performant, and standards-based manner.

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