StencilJS and Universal Components: CodeMash
CodeMash 2020 | StencilJS and Universal Components | Mike Hartington
What you'll learn
Have you ever found an awesome component online but couldn’t use it because it was written for a different framework? For too long, frameworks got in the way of developers sharing code. With different APIs, developers would have to rewrite a component multiple times to be able to work with React, Angular, Vue, or Ember. Built on open web standards, web components provide a way for creating reusable components that work within every framework. In this session, Mike Hartington will share what Ionic has been experimenting with and discuss why Web Components are the way of the future.