Accessibility of Web Components

We’ve been talking a lot about Web Components as a community. Encapsulation, templating, custom elements, polyfills: it’s an exciting time to be a developer! (taco-button, anyone?) Before we create the next generation of soulless div tags, we should consider the role of semantics in shiny, new technologies. In this talk, we’ll discuss web accessibility in a bleeding-edge way to illustrate that accessibility conversations don’t have to be boring or old-school.

Google I/O 2014 - Polymer and Web Components change everything you know about Web development

Web components are a game changer. Unlike other new features, the technologies are purely about developer productivity, solving many of web development’s shortcomings. Polymer and web components change how we think about, design, and compose web applications. Learn how the Web Components revolution makes you more productive and reduces the cognitive load of being a web developer.

A comparison of the two-way binding in AngularJS, EmberJS and KnockoutJS

This is not a talk about which framework is best, or which one you should use in your projects. The focus is on the strengths and weaknesses of the different implementations and finding out what the different frameworks have in common and what they can learn from each other.

Lea Verou, “The Humble Border-Radius”

Paul Irish, Fluent 2014 Keynote, “Delivering the goods”

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