Polymer.js is one of the most promising frameworks available because it allows you to use web components efficiently. In this course, Working with Polymer.js Elements, you'll go over the Polymer Element Catalog to see the tools and action necessary for creating and publishing custom, reusable elements. First, you'll see some examples of each of the element sets. Next, you will create your own custom and reusable element. You'll finish with creating tests for you element as well as publishing and sharing it. By the end of this course, you'll be ready to tackle your own custom elements using Polymer.js.
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Course Overview Hi everyone. My name is Bill Stavroulakis and welcome to this course on Working with Polymer. js Elements. I am a 4 years Microsoft MVP and I have been working as a software engineer for the past 9 years. Web components are the biggest shift we've seen in web development the last years, and a promising framework by Google offering us the ability to use web components today is Polymer. js. In this course we're going to go over the Polymer element catalog. Also, we'll create and publish our own reusable element. Some of the major topics that we'll cover include the Polymer element catalog, creating our own custom elements, publishing our element to the masses, and creating tests, documentation, and a landing page for our element. By the end of this course you'll know how to create, publish, and share your own reusable element. This course is for intermediate web developers that are comfortable with the Polymer. js documentation. To get up to speed, you can watch the Getting Started with Polymer. js course at Pluralsight. I hope you'll join me on this journey on Polymer. js elements with the Working with Polymer. js Elements course at Pluralsight.