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Come to the light side: HTML Web Components

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While Web Components have been around for years, they're seeing a bit of a renaissance thanks to an emerging approach for authoring them: ditch the shadow DOM and progressively enhance existing HTML.

In this talk, we'll look at what Web Components, how the "HTML Web Component" approach works, why it's awesome, and some tips, tricks, and gotchas when working with them.

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This is a talk session at the 11ty International Symposium on Making Web Sites Real Good.

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Chris Ferdinandi helps people build a simpler, faster, more resilient web.

He creates courses and workshops and work with amazing clients. His developer tips newsletter is read by thousands of developers each weekday.

He’s advised and written code for organizations like NASA, Apple, Harvard Business School, Chobani, and Adidas. Chris Coyier, the founder of CSS-Tricks and CodePen, has described his writing as “infinitely quote-worthy.”

Chris loves pirates, puppies, and Pixar movies, and lives near horse farms in rural Massachusetts.


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