Polymer.js training teaches students how to write Web Components that extend existing HTML elements and define new ones. Complete applications can then be built from these components, which can be used decoratively without having to understand their internal code.
A Web Browser
Introduction to Polymer
Getting Started Polymer Application Development Process
Register an element
Local DOM & styling
Handle and fire events
Data system concepts
Work with object and array data
Observers and computed properties
Data binding Helper elements
Responsive app layout
Serve your app
Test your elements
Mocha for a test framework, complete with support for BDD and TDD.
Chai for more assertion types that can be used with your Mocha tests.
Sinon for spies, stubs, and mocks.
Selenium for running tests against multiple browsers.
polygit—CDN web service for serving components
polystyle—web service for creating style modules
polyicon—create an optimized custom icon set
Polylint – For static code analysis
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