1. Web Components aren’t supported by browsers
  2. Web Components can’t be used in JavaScript Frameworks and Libraries
  3. Web Components are dead
  4. Web Components cannot accept complex data
  5. You are forced to use Shadow DOM
  6. Web Components are Google Technology

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1. Web Components aren’t supported by browsers


Posts in the Web Components 101 series

Why use Web Components?

  • Save energy. Modern JavaSCript frameworks are packed with best practices, scaffolding tools, paradigms, and…


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GitHub announced new upgrades on Twitter, including unlimited private repositories for GitHub Free users.

Some numbers about GitHub in 2018

  • 31M+ active developers;
  • 2.1M+ active organizations;
  • 96M+ repositories (both public and private);
  • 200M+ pull requests created.

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Stefan Nieuwenhuis

Stefan Nieuwenhuis is software engineer, loves to play sports, read books and occasionally jump out of planes (with a parachute that is).

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