Thursday, 23 July 2015

Google’s Polymer is an entirely new approach to build web applications. It makes it easy to add functionality like forms, maps and calendars in web projects to create a truly immersive app-like experience on the web. The 1.0 version of the Polymer library is now ready for use in production. This version is developed from ground-up and makes it relatively easy to create interoperable web components with core focus on cross-browser performance.
According to Google Polymer website major new and updated features include:
  • New, fast, and easy-to-use data binding system
  • Custom CSS properties for element themes and style
  • Fast and lightweight Shadow DOM shim for non-supporting browsers
  • “Behaviors” mechanism for sharing behavior between elements
  • Create production-ready elements using Polymer, to use in your app or share with other developers.

Advantages of using Google Polymer see here: Google Polymer 1.0: Creating Interoperable Web Components