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WebComponents.dev

The modern IDE for web platform developers

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  • Painless Web Components: Naming is (not too) Hard
    How the tag name gets into your code can vary based on the method you are using to write your components. If you load up a few of the templates over on WebComponents.dev you'll see that many examples just use a string value typed into the define function directly. - Source: dev.to / over 1 year ago
  • free-for.dev
    WebComponents.dev — In-browser IDE to code web components in isolation with 58 templates available, supporting stories and tests. - Source: dev.to / over 1 year ago
  • Why Atomico js webcomponents?
    We will show the benefits of Atomico through a comparison, we have used as a basis for this comparison the existing counter webcomponents in webcomponents.dev of Atomico, Lit, Preact and React as a base. - Source: dev.to / almost 2 years ago
  • Javascript animation in LWC, tried Motion one
    Unfortunately, I couldn't get this to work in the online LWC editor https://webcomponents.dev So assuming this also won't work in the shadow DOM enviroment of SF? Source: about 2 years ago
  • Cute Solar System with CSS
    WebComponentsDev have a lot of libraries and info (like codesandbox, but webcomponents land): Https://webcomponents.dev/. Source: over 2 years ago
  • Getting Started with Microsoft's FAST Element
    A few of the more popular tools for building web component libraries include lit, StencilJS, and even the popular JavaScript frameworks can output web components now (you can play with some of them at webcomponents.dev), but for the last few weeks I have had the opportunity to work with Microsoft’s FAST Element and I am pretty impressed with it. - Source: dev.to / over 2 years ago
  • Vite in the browser
    Our products: Backlight.dev, Components.studio and WebComponents.dev, are running a server-side bundler optimizer for the past 2 years now. We created a Vite plugin for browser-vite to resolve node dependencies automatically. As of the date of this post, this server-side bundler is not open-sourced. - Source: dev.to / over 2 years ago
  • Who doesn't love some `<slot/>`s?
    If this already has you excited to code, hop on over to webcomponents.dev and fork the project from this point. - Source: dev.to / over 2 years ago
  • The Real Cost of UI Components Revisited
    I'm not sure how much definitions matter. Like there is size consideration which we've seen with some compiled frameworks like Svelte. It would require a different sort of test. Ironically the webcomponents.dev benchmark does a similar test but all the libraries are ones with webcomponents. Source: about 3 years ago

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