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HTML5 Web Components: Moving from jQuery to Polymer.js

As your applications grow the need to break parts of the page up, maintainable components become more and more important. This course demonstrates how to take existing jQuery code and refactor it into stand-alone Web Components using Polymer.js.
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Level
Intermediate
Updated
Dec 19, 2017
Duration
1h 15m
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Course info
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Level
Intermediate
Updated
Dec 19, 2017
Duration
1h 15m
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Description

After the first line of code becomes thousands, finding a way to maintain the complexity and functionality of a web application is essential to maintainability. In this course, HTML5 Web Components: Moving from jQuery to Polymer.js, you'll learn step-by-step how to modularize an existing jQuery application into modern Web Components. First, you'll discover how to remove jQuery. Next, you'll explore how to implement the feature as a native web component. Finally, you'll cover how to refactor the code to use Polymer.js. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to build native Web Components and Polymer.js components to best suit the needs of your application.

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About the author

Craig Shoemaker is a developer, instructor, writer, podcaster, and technical evangelist of all things awesome.

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