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Web components, lit-html & LitElement with the Polymer Project at Google. Views all mine.

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@AdamRackis @RickByers @reillyeon @slightlylate @davidbrunelle @hrmny_ @Rich_Harris Screen-shotting this and acting… https://t.co/7Nguk8rKnz @AdamRackis @RickByers @reillyeon @slightlylate @davidbrunelle @hrmny_ @Rich_Harris I'm only saying that the featur… https://t.co/XE0mQdClVF @jesselpalmer Yeah, but what's left to stop at this point?I'm really confused about what this means. 🤔 https://t.co/vrWwqrvBP6
1/26
2020
Last night at the DeYoung museum's DeYoungsters Art Party, we at Adobe let kids color their own superhero costumes,… https://t.co/Mx19cOPsBR
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @BenDelarre This is a generic problem with any constraint system that's human authored - the human can be wrong. I… https://t.co/P2J1v0PMKI
1/25
2020
Have you ever avoided taking an ambulance because you could not afford it?
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniNeeded wisdom from the @eleven_ty docs, of all places. https://t.co/GzFPPmerS6 @Bushra3_t @polymer IE11 is supported via polyfills, like previous versions of Edge. @lukejacksonn @passle_ @_developit @lisovskyvlad Alright, enjoy the mess: https://t.co/PJgQqUed66I've seen a bunch of sites pop up recently that create "social images" for your web page. I thought I'd whip up a q… https://t.co/YjY1NcQAZ2
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @lukejacksonn @passle_ @_developit @lisovskyvlad I'll put it up if you promise not to judge ;) @_developit @passle_ @lukejacksonn @lisovskyvlad The code is the worst "oh, I'll make it perfect for my talk... oh… https://t.co/h6ogz0eC8r @_developit @passle_ @lukejacksonn @lisovskyvlad Yeah. The main thing I worked on though was wrangling the weird g… https://t.co/sDzyLXNy98 @passle_ @lukejacksonn @_developit @lisovskyvlad I would say I really made a working email client. I mean, it defi… https://t.co/IMZyS9gX9V @akronisticlotor I think smaller, driverless busses could be a huge boon to public transit. A lot of small cities c… https://t.co/QaMOFZ4wQu @kaleidawave Forget the drama and keep trucking. The drama doesn't affect the value. @manolakis @cesalberca You can do this though: https://t.co/HzTQ36FYHb
1/24
2020
@reallynattu And is uses LitElement 😎<lottie-player>: An awesome web component for playing Lottie files: https://t.co/gCLnbNmkdc @reallynattu notes tha… https://t.co/PSm3tootxA @serhiikulykov @fabricedesre @ecbos_ @calebwilliams12 Yeah, but those deployed LitElement uses would break if the t… https://t.co/ex9AmOXNce @boriscoder The "idea" shipped in stable Chrome, un-flagged. I think it's entirely appropriate for a library to use… https://t.co/YMaL05LSn0 @boriscoder And I'm only saying that backwards compatibility should be considered here. In no way am I saying that… https://t.co/S1qfTz3VLi @boriscoder This is a terrible take. We use what APIs are useful and available to us in browsers. Constructible Sty… https://t.co/fOranUCZhP @AdamRackis @DasSurma @Rich_Harris Indeed, I hate being tagged into threads with Adam and Rich. @DasSurma I'll disc… https://t.co/qLRgmS8KXZ @fabricedesre @ecbos_ @serhiikulykov Seems like that part of chromestatus is down right now :( @fabricedesre @ecbos_ @serhiikulykov We're at .8% of all page views and climbing. That's a lot. @serhiikulykov @ecbos_ We can't do that again. @ecbos_ @serhiikulykov Regardless, this would break a lot of pages. That magnitude of break requires a lot of thoug… https://t.co/UybuK7XXnv @serhiikulykov @ecbos_ I don't think this issue is quite settled yet. It needs more buy-in than just CSSWG: Chromiu… https://t.co/sOKuX1zfFTGood news about constructible stylesheets from @ecbos_ 🎉 "RESOLVED: Make adopted stylesheets a CSSStyleSheetList… https://t.co/vmUc94YPgZ
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @murmosh @polymer There are a number of tools now that do the resolving, so hopefully your can take you pick and fi… https://t.co/f5o3IPHILy @ruudyroon Maybe file an issue in that one and see. Seems pretty good quality from looking at the code. @murmosh @polymer We made Polymer 3.0 to be as plain and standard JavaScript as possible, that requires the minimum… https://t.co/GXl8gZoiII @ruudyroon There's this set: https://t.co/J6MhAecuvx But it doesn't have a date-picker yet
1/23
2020
@cesalberca Glad it's useful!Great talk about lit-element! It shows you that there are a lot of things you can implement without the need of big… https://t.co/u7yP02irKD
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniWhat a year it's been! Thanks so much to @ChromiumDev for the warm welcome to the Chromium community, and for makin… https://t.co/84Wk3yE6Wy
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniThe amazing @ioctaptceb just landed the optional chaining operator (?.) in Firefox: https://t.co/SbqR9iVg1s . It s… https://t.co/zgRYFyPFWd
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniSpent some time working on a web playground for the ECMAScript proposal @r_ricard and I have been working on:… https://t.co/MDUBqIQi5v
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniVaadin components LitElement conversion is progressing. Released vaadin-tabs 4.0.0-alpha1 today 🎉 We have also pub… https://t.co/SxLoYdoOiY
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @KnottTsavo @_developit This is how lit-html works always, regardless of the component model or any abstractions on top of it.Anyone know of an easy and compact way that given a fully-qualified attribute name, I can get the namespace URI? ie… https://t.co/1SBEtifUyH @ronmexicoisreal @polotek So concede to hostage takers?Marking this: Through January 19, before the start of the Senate trial, national support for impeachment was 53%, t… https://t.co/GY8hRSnfTo
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1/22
2020
@FredKSchott @_developit I hope more and more people realize the component model and templating layering should be… https://t.co/HCWzLoqZQa @_developit @FredKSchott https://t.co/6evVCeK7eJ @gordonbrander I don't know! What's different about the Elm App Architecture from the usual functional templates +… https://t.co/sgxz5nu43MLeader McConnell’s plan for a dark of night impeachment trial confirms what the American people have seen since Day… https://t.co/S9acZcysit
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @cesalberca If you use VS Code, try the lit-plugin extension. It'll highlight malformed HTML. https://t.co/c5NIaibJuH @notwaldorf So sad! I hate lines on maps.On this day - and at this time - remember these words from Dr. Martin Luther King: “The hottest… https://t.co/V9gMu2YFgD
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @notwaldorf Oooh! I think it's time to give Alex a course in Miyazaki :)
1/21
2020
the best way to do a quick build protected bike lane on Embarcadero would be to close one side (along the Bay) to c… https://t.co/MHOtM0tLy6
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @erikkroes @davatron5000 @ShopTalkShow Safari will not implement it @davatron5000 @ShopTalkShow That's a good reason. `is` isn't happening @davatron5000 @ShopTalkShow Why are you wrapping <audio> now?Nice tutorial that uses LitElement. I love seeing it used as infrastructure that fades away behind the actual compo… https://t.co/scwsq90ZTB
1/20
2020
@JohnKingSFChron Now try a Sears Modern Home, or any ranch or Craftsman. So generic, right? @rektide insane and deranged radicals? I have no patience for this. Blocked.Because apparently this needs to be said, over and over: fuck white supremacists. @solutionReport What the absolute fuck?
1/18
2020
And I might be paranoid here, but I remember how awful little kids were when I was one, and specifically nasty teas… https://t.co/JchUUG0BaqI think the teachers are a little hesitant to describe how bad things were and still are to little kids. I guess I… https://t.co/mUqjJE2p0yAt first I was a little disappointed how shallowly my son's school was teaching about topics like Martin Luther Kin… https://t.co/jhAZANZPvT @metulev @briankardell @kennethrohde @OpenWc Not yet. There was an partial experiment in Blink a while back. I thin… https://t.co/hYFgJ8OcCk @metulev @briankardell @kennethrohde @OpenWc Template Instantiation does say anything about where they templates ar… https://t.co/pE3cqLaAIL @metulev @briankardell @kennethrohde @OpenWc I think you really, really want Template Instantiation for these eleme… https://t.co/pXanuPSCjg @JapanophileEcon @Noahpinion You don't support the right of self-determination? Why should China get to control a… https://t.co/PEKC2vjK73 @drchuck @btopro @hey__MP @CGLDevel You don't need to inherit from LitElement. Hopefully the elements you want to u… https://t.co/nXPf1uTAYr @hasanirogers Oops, I see them now :) @hasanirogers Is there a hosted demo?
1/17
2020
.@microsoftedge has released their Chromium-based browser. What does this mean for LitElement and WebComponents? Qu… https://t.co/8blfoJpm1x
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniI will vote for the Democratic nominee. #NeverTrump
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniThe aggressively stupid and totally fringe NeverWarren hashtag is trending because of the people who are pointing o… https://t.co/pbxA9RPDcB
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @kennethrohde @metulev @OpenWc I would do the same for the data-for attribute too. @mhartington @adamdbradley @kennethrohde @knownasilya @Ionicframework Clearly so could mine 😋 @kennethrohde @metulev @OpenWc I like the `@` syntax ;) But I would probably put the event handler expression in {… https://t.co/8bhgeSne8i @mhartington @adamdbradley @kennethrohde @knownasilya @Ionicframework 👋 I thought you said at CDS that Sencil SSR u… https://t.co/vcYEnjxxch @adamdbradley @kennethrohde @knownasilya @Ionicframework Huh, that's good to know. @mhartington @matthewcp @knownasilya Working on one here too: https://t.co/NhEMmDVGJy But this approach needs platform support… https://t.co/gc7U5ZH8RC @kennethrohde @knownasilya @adamdbradley @Ionicframework I was told it uses Puppeteer and serializes the composed t… https://t.co/wmOixlJBjLComponents have a pretty incredible compression ratio. @knownasilya More or less. It's basically the Shady DOM/CSS polyfill run on the server. That technique works withou… https://t.co/CMfwpvDa9V @knownasilya Shadow DOM is either flattened in the server or rendered to a declarative shadow root element. @knownasilya We're interpreting the lit-html templates in Node, streaming out the static strings directly, and ins… https://t.co/fzVmdnPtSY @knownasilya Your don't need component SSR for that though, v right? Those are parameterized at the page level and… https://t.co/ew3Q5q8efd @knownasilya Probably *not* a perf win 😬 @knownasilya You probably don't need SSR though. It really boats your HTML payload. Probably a perf win. Regardless… https://t.co/FIvXhaRMzB @hankchizljaw The polyfills work in IE11 also @knownasilya Shadow DOM is one of the main reasons web components *can* be used with frameworks. By encapsulating t… https://t.co/XO7SMQnm2c @__DavidFlanagan *as nice as @__DavidFlanagan Web components at low level APIs, and don't (yet) include ways to create DOM from data, or keep pr… https://t.co/dorS2g8OgV @__DavidFlanagan This isn't really true, IMO. Safari objected to customized built-ins and made it clear they're nev… https://t.co/ulSaNOHxd4 @vgirotto Ouch, we should have better private names. Care to file a bug?The new Microsoft Edge is now out of preview and available to download! Here's what you need to know about upgrad… https://t.co/pBI59wShXp
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniYou know, if we had ranked choice voting for the primary, this whole Sanders/Warren drama would be a nonissue.
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniMight I just say, without Pelosi's delay none of this would be out in time.
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @ernsheong @andreivsays @polymer Include the script tag as shown for webcomponentsjs? I would need more info @andreivsays @polymer IE11 is supported by the polyfills.
1/16
2020

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