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Justin Fagnani joins us this week to talk about Lit, a library that helps you build web components. With 17% of pageviews in Chrome registering use of web components, Lit has gained widespread adoption across a variety of companies looking to create reusable components which leverage the power and interoperability of the web platform. Tune in to learn about what makes this tiny library so incredibly lit!
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- Justin Fagnani – Mastodon, Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website
- Amal Hussein – Twitter, GitHub
- Kevin Ball – Twitter, GitHub, LinkedIn, Website
- Lit docs & examples
- Throwback Lit html episode on the Web Platform Podcast with Amal
- Polymer Library - Lit’s predecessor
- Custom Elements
- Shadow DOM
- Templates and Slots
- JS Tagged Template Literals
- Lit Element base class
- Amal’s singing about “dangerously set innerHTML”
- Proposal for Scoped Custom Element Global Registries
- Proposal for declarative Shadow DOM
- Proposal for Template Instantiation
- Proposal for DOM Parts
- Proposal for “open-stylable” Shadow Roots
- Lit labs packages
- Google’s Wireit - updates your npm scripts to make them smarter
- Justin’s npm cli RFC for adding Googe’s Wireit script runner to npm
Something missing or broken? PRs welcome!