Web Components + Polymer workshop
With the updates to iOS and Android phones released last year, Web Components are now supported natively. That means that libraries built on top of Web Components, like Polymer, can be used to easily create fast Progressive Web Apps (PWAs) without the overhead of a framework. In this workshop, we'll begin with a brief introduction to Web Components and Polymer, and then dive into hands-on experiences with the core aspects of Web Components: the template tag, Custom Elements, and the Shadow DOM.
John Riviello Distinguished Engineer, Comcast @JohnRiv
John Riviello created his first hypertext document on the Internet in 1996 and has been obsessed with building for the web ever since. He spends his days as Distinguished Engineer and Lead Frontend Developer at Comcast, where he works on the Xfinity customer websites and web applications. He is also the author of the Lynda.com course 'CSS to Sass: Converting an Existing Site.'