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

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@PenngXiao @vuejs @ZenUML It should export the custom element class: export class X extends HTMLElement { ... }… https://t.co/y1BlEq9Czi @PenngXiao @vuejs @ZenUML Any chance of getting this published as a module so it can be imported into other web components?
10/16
2019
@tobmaster @John_Papa @vuejs @reactjs @angular @ThePracticalDev You might want to check out LitElement :) @denladeside @steveworkman I'll be there :)Announcing <lit-quake>: a web component that displays the latest earthquake information, and if you're in a SF pub,… https://t.co/2RTx6nSqOS @diervo Pretty short jolt. Almost could have been a truck around here.Earthquake! @matthewcp There's no reason you can't depend on it from the lit-element package. It's published. We'll get it in… https://t.co/9hzlZCfQ15
10/15
2019
Devil's Advocate for those who still deny it: If Trump *were* a KGB asset working on Putin's wish list, what would… https://t.co/yKreQjBG1W
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @daKmoR @matthewcp Not all great candidates for metrics, but there are ways this could be done. @daKmoR @matthewcp - Distributed as plain JS modules - Well organized public API: properties, events, CSS vars, slo… https://t.co/zS4t77OQYJ @_shu oh no... link?What can we learn from Goldilocks? 📖 When rendering HTML elements a framework may be too hard 🐻, pure HTML & the D… https://t.co/Dldh3wLZcU
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @nullvoxpopuli @christianalfoni @wycats @RuneMehlsen lit-html doesn't have components at all. It's just templating.… https://t.co/MBS2pc8c6I @Fredy_Gomez_J @reactjs React trades computational complexity for developer experience. It's a great trade-off for… https://t.co/yknw8RT1xO @Aarondklein @JuddApatow @KAYAK @priceline Interesting. I'd love to see this with total number of bank locations, p… https://t.co/D0bd6qjWzoYou can render pages with vanilla JavaScript and HTML. Catch up on my first post here 👇 and later this week I'll sh… https://t.co/Q12XCEjg7z
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniIf you are using #MeetUp it's time to look for an alternative provider: from November they will charge you $1 per R… https://t.co/CfVLoSueBX
Retweeted by Justin Fagnaniso tired of these snowflakes judging Columbus for all of his murder and torture based on the standards of our time,… https://t.co/2AMpC6q9o9
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @youyuxi @wycats @craiger You're welcome, any time! @youyuxi @wycats @craiger This is all very lit-html specific of course... it doesn't need to be so. Another tagged-… https://t.co/zEw7g4hZxh @youyuxi @wycats @craiger You know what template fragment will be rendered and with what values. Figuring out which… https://t.co/taFPIIfQMU @youyuxi @wycats @craiger I'd say you would have to do a little more work to reflect in lit-html. The templates are… https://t.co/ySecKlviqA @youyuxi @wycats @craiger No, not in my opinion at least. We don't represent nodes at all - the TemplateResult tree… https://t.co/CBAzatsDfQ @youyuxi @wycats @craiger We do have some opaque structures, like directives, that can't currently be reflected on,… https://t.co/kgrrWUmqeG @youyuxi @wycats @craiger Seems basically doable, without knowing more specifics. In lit-html if you passed a Temp… https://t.co/0h7AxBlTvo @notwaldorf Work? @youyuxi @wycats @craiger You can also build up template-literal-like structs imperatively as long as you retain th… https://t.co/d8l1IPIWWz @youyuxi @wycats @craiger You can actually do quite a lot, depending on the exact thing you're trying to do. Becau… https://t.co/orPSz16HRl @christianalfoni @wycats The lit-html static analyzer was not written by a Googler! It's a completely community-dri… https://t.co/jyCnfUnIfU @davatron5000 https://t.co/bAsVvnEeJj @christianalfoni @wycats You can get type-safety with other template approaches too. Angular has a TypeScript type… https://t.co/MfRORYoQRg @youyuxi @wycats @craiger If that's the core benefit of VDOM... You can also support JS render functions without V… https://t.co/zR4KPHrsRGThis will sound very familiar to anyone who's ever heard my talk about lit-html. VDOM is computationally wasteful… https://t.co/7zS3L20a3RRemember, not every framework and view library uses virtual DOM. Angular, Ember, Polymer, Svelte, LitElement (via… https://t.co/eUUhbC9ERa
10/14
2019
@gregwhitworth @slightlylate Hmm... That's interesting. There would have to be done conditional code in there I thi… https://t.co/G9cbi10Coq @AdamRackis LitElement, Stencil, and Haunted are not frameworks. @AdamRackis I think it's pretty reasonable to ask you to try the libraries people _actually_ use to author web components. @gregwhitworth @slightlylate Are you sure custom-button isn't setting an attribute? @AdamRackis Dude, I've asked you to try LitElement before contributing to bash web components many times. Also, yo… https://t.co/ryXDRKGog0 @gregwhitworth @slightlylate Do you have a gist? This error is from setting attributes in a constructor. Usually ju… https://t.co/Xebh8MOIxqPink is my favorite... song. https://t.co/yhVpcM2jnTFirst time seeing The Roots live. Amazing! https://t.co/jEJWygrQpG
10/13
2019
Facebook changed their ads policy to allow politicians to run ads with known lies—explicitly turning the platform i… https://t.co/ZkYbzQnN0g
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniIt's infinitely frustrating to see press coverage of https://t.co/rGjr4Pqwl1 that doesn't *actually link to… https://t.co/Gc6VDzbWGc
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani🚨BREAKING🚨 The Rules and Bylaws Committee of the DNC unanimously approved proposals by the Hawaii and Kansas state… https://t.co/4pi66DPHRA
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniIf you ever wanted a photo about why your public schools are decrepit, your higher education tuition and housing co… https://t.co/vKVGatwuxh
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniGovernor @GavinNewsom has a bill on his desk that would let every city & town in California use ranked choice votin… https://t.co/HKP7eXZBns
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @jaffoneh @_Drayke_ @VMwareClarity Would love to hear more about your plan here as we help others do the same thing :)
10/12
2019
@treshugart Congrats! 🎉 @passle_ Isn't there a magic comment for this sort of thing? @Aarondklein Publicly owned land is good though. Turn them into parks or something. You can't go back from selling.… https://t.co/tscCt1PKHc @hashtagcoder @polymer Thanks! @marvasmithmusic @nhannahjones It wasn't a joke.Support for #PWA and Trusted Web Activities is now live in #FirefoxPreview Nightly! You can now install progressi… https://t.co/W1gXtLjMzV
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @PaulHMason @rockerest But that's literally impossible! @BobByron I was working on version 2 in the green room...The delivery here makes this even funnier https://t.co/Edywcie5Yf
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniFramework Zealots: wEb CoMpOnEnTs ArE uSeLeSs AnD dUmB VMware: ships web components Salesforce: ships web componen… https://t.co/wbdGeMa2eP
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @rockerest Microsoft: ships web components IBM: ships web components Apple: ships web components Red Hat: ships we… https://t.co/XCrCWE1b8c @BobByron The problem is since I wrote the second version, I kind of like the first version again, but you know, wi… https://t.co/EylbSSBDgEhttps://t.co/yKHVyGoT5khttps://t.co/LBfcWct0WB @coryrylan @VMwareClarity We really need to organize a: 📐 Design Systems with Web Components Summit 🧩 We would ha… https://t.co/pOVS9ISKDJ @coryrylan @VMwareClarity Nice!So excited I can finally tell people about @VMwareClarity #WebComponents! This will allow us to continue supporti… https://t.co/FKyHdtI5nL
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniThere were 3 Capitals of the Confederacy 1. Montgomery (AL) 2. Richmond (VA) 3. Danville (VA) As of last night,… https://t.co/6XhJXjPJd0
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniWell this is a very useful thought I have not seen articulated this clearly before https://t.co/8AN5Gk0Euu
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @usergenic Did you say "late as fuck"? Because that would be trueStatus: Trying really, really, hard not to write a /third/ version of my personal presentation framework right befo… https://t.co/yNdfk4uQmz @matthewcp @0xcda7a @preetster I might have done newer material around from discussions with the working group and… https://t.co/SDp2VMWOxV @matthewcp @0xcda7a @preetster One way to do that is to make <template> an SVG element too, which would be useful f… https://t.co/9stgZZEpTw @matthewcp @0xcda7a @preetster Yep. You just need to get the namespaces correct. Template Instantiation should totally do that.
10/11
2019
It's becoming a challenge to keep up with the high crimes and misdemeanors.
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniRedundant "characterization is a mischaracterization" is redundant 😋And now I'll mute the thread because the discussion is absolutely toxic with misleading and intent impugning statements from WC detractors.The intent-to-implement Rich posted even has a link with discussion involving multiple browsers. It's been discusse… https://t.co/kYBqCpnRdqEveryone should know that Rich's characterization of this feature is a complete mischaracterization. It's in no wa… https://t.co/mZRNxLDbEG @matthewcp They're not about any one thing - except components which themselves apply to many, many different use c… https://t.co/IHFqtU8RpbGo Liz! (and everyone who's helped her adopt these great and reasonable positions) https://t.co/aO0tVQt9yaI will not be silenced. The independence of the United States Federal Election Commission will not be compromised… https://t.co/4A4XxfEOY9
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @EllenLWeintraub Wow, this is an incredible endorsement letter! Great job! 👍 @yananym @polymer @anotheruiguy Yay 😁We're hiring a front-end developer! Do you love #WebComponents and @polymer #LitElement? Come join our small team h… https://t.co/zrNIZNlAvh
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @yananym @polymer cc @anotheruiguyOrganizing a meetup for Web Components' enthusiasts in Seattle in November! https://t.co/Ihv06eI5As Would love to s… https://t.co/kjHKmKSjbb
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @ElliottZ @cramforce @WestbrookJ @bitandbang @lit_html If they want to offer non-CE React components, the easiest w… https://t.co/VsrJZKmbXU @wooddak @BeWaterHKG @lqq91926 @austinramzy For what? Having an opinion? You're barbaric.I know many #onhere don't remember. But when I tell you that something BROKE in the 2000 election that has led us d… https://t.co/R84ZOeMO79
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniThis. I've been building large apps using just WC and a sprinkling of lit-html and it's been a joy. https://t.co/FTCocsoCVm
Retweeted by Justin FagnaniMy students often ask me what skills will help them in a job setting. Sometimes I tell them "get really good at s… https://t.co/DIyonpA6Ut
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani✨ ~ web components are awesome ~ ✨ https://t.co/eeB1ofE64f
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @bhathos Thank you for this! The honest difference: you actually use web components. The loudest critics don't.every day for months I’ve been using lit-element, which is a pleasure, to build things, and then I go online and re… https://t.co/LMTHwqhufS
Retweeted by Justin Fagnani @wooddak @BeWaterHKG @lqq91926 @austinramzy Your don't support a people's right to self-determination? Are The peop… https://t.co/CDvUyWHJOF @jaffathecake @Rich_Harris @aweary @AdamRackis @preetster @cramforce It's very, very much not a framework though. I… https://t.co/p61q9wNx1U
10/10
2019
@morewry Fleet Week: let's glorify killing people. @matthewcp @jkohlmann @slightlylate @Rich_Harris @gregwhitworth @graynorton @AdamRackis @preetster And let's not fo… https://t.co/8t94zGXKV5 @matthewcp @jkohlmann @slightlylate @Rich_Harris @gregwhitworth @graynorton @AdamRackis @preetster That idea also i… https://t.co/kkOwNfJW7E🎉This is awesome! LitElement users should see a nice performance boost on Firefox. 🎉 https://t.co/QZpktwmPix
10/9
2019

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