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How You Might Build a Modern Day Webring


I’m sure different people picture different things when they think about webrings, so let me clarify what I picture. I see an element on a website that: Signifies this site is part of a webring Allows you to move to the next or previous site of the webring Maybe has other functionality like...

The failed promise of Web Components


Lea has some words: Perusing the components on webcomponents.org fills me with anxiety, and I’m perfectly comfortable writing JS — I write JS for a living! What hope do those who can’t write JS have? Using a custom element from the directory often needs to be preceded by a ritual of...

Our Best Posts on Web Components


A grouping of hand-selected posts from our site about Web Components. We've published a very useful article series from Caleb Williams, so that's here, but also sprinkled in some other informational and link posts on the subject. The post Our Best Posts on Web Components appeared first...

All the Ways to Make a Web Component


This is a neat page that compares a ton of different libraries with web components. One of the things I learned after posting “A Bit on Web Components Libraries” is that the web platform APIs were designed for libraries to be built around them. Interesting, right? This page makes...

A Bit on Web Component Libraries


A run of Web Components news crossed my desk recently so I thought I’d group it up here. To my mind, one of the best use cases for Web Components is pattern libraries. Instead of doing, say, <ul class="nav nav-tabs"> like you would do in Bootstrap or <div class="tabs"> like...

The Web in 2020: Extensibility and Interoperability


In the past few years, we’ve seen a lot of change and diversion in regard to web technologies. In 2020, I foresee us as a web community heading toward two major trends/goals: extensibility and interoperability. Let’s break those down. Extensibility Extensibility describes...

Thinking Through Styling Options for Web Components


Where do you put styles in web components? I'm assuming that we're using the Shadow DOM here as, to me, that's one of the big draws of a web component: a platform thing that is a uniquely powerful thing the platform can do. So this is about defining styles for a web component in a don't-leak-out...

A Web Component with Different HTML for Desktop and Mobile


Christian Schaefer has a great big write-up about dealing with web advertisements. The whole thing is interesting, first documenting all the challenges that ads present, and then presenting modern solutions to each of them. One code snippet that caught my eye was a simple way to design a component...

lite-youtube-embed


A standard copy-and-paste YouTube embed lands on your page as an <iframe> which loads a big ol' pile of other stuff to play that video. But the UX of it is still essentially an image and a play button. Click the play button and the video plays. You can build essentially the same thing with...

Why I don’t use web components


Here’s an interesting post by Rich Harris where he’s made a list of some of the problems he’s experienced in the past with web components and why he doesn’t use them today: Given finite resources, time spent on one task means time not spent on another task. Considerable energy has been expended...

Reduced Motion Picture Technique, Take Two


Did you see that neat technique for using the <picture> element with <source media=""> to serve an animated image (or not) based on a prefers-reduced-motion media query? After we shared that in our newsletter, we got an interesting reply from Michael Gale: What about folks who love...

Making Web Components for Different Contexts


This article isn’t about how to build web components. Caleb Williams already wrote a comprehensive guide about that recently. Let’s talk about how to work with them, what to consider when making them, and how to embrace them in your projects. If you are new to web components, Caleb’s guide is...

Advanced Tooling for Web Components


Over the course of the last four articles in this five-part series, we’ve taken a broad look at the technologies that make up the Web Components standards. First, we looked at how to create HTML templates that could be consumed at a later time. Second, we dove into creating our own custom element....

Encapsulating Style and Structure with Shadow DOM


This is part four of a five-part series discussing the Web Components specifications. In part one, we took a 10,000-foot view of the specifications and what they do. In part two, we set out to build a custom modal dialog and created the HTML template for what would evolve into our very own custom...

Creating a Custom Element from Scratch


In the last article, we got our hands dirty with Web Components by creating an HTML template that is in the document but not rendered until we need it. Next up, we’re going to continue our quest to create a custom element version of the dialog component below which currently only uses...

Crafting Reusable HTML Templates


In our last article, we discussed the Web Components specifications (custom elements, shadow DOM, and HTML templates) at a high-level. In this article, and the three to follow, we will put these technologies to the test and examine them in greater detail and see how we can use them in production...

An Introduction to Web Components


Front-end development moves at a break-neck pace. This is made evident by the myriad articles, tutorials, and Twitter threads bemoaning the state of what once was a fairly simple tech stack. In this article, I’ll discuss why Web Components are a great tool to deliver high-quality user experiences...

Web Standards Meet User-Land: Using CSS-in-JS to Style Custom Elements


The popularity of CSS-in-JS has mostly come from the React community, and indeed many CSS-in-JS libraries are React-specific. However, Emotion, the most popular library in terms of npm downloads, is framework agnostic. Using the shadow DOM is common when creating custom elements, but there’s...

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