A summary of the second Polymer Summit, a two day Web Component conference focused on Polymer. Chris Lorenzo (@chiefcll) & John Riviello (@johnriv), spoke on day 2 of the Summit on Comcast’s Polymer experiences. They share their thoughts with us on the event and much more.

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Direct download: episode-112_polymer-summit-2016.mp3
Category:web-components -- posted at: 10:56am EDT
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Jeremy Keith (@adactio), web guru & co-founder of ClearLeft, talks with us about the potential pitfalls and hopes on Progressive Enhancement with Web Components.

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Direct download: episode-111_extensible-web-components.mp3
Category:web-components -- posted at: 1:11pm EDT
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Paul Bakaus (@pbakaus), Google Engineer, has recently been leading the AMP Project which is an open source initiative to optimize content for mobile devices using the web. AMP is heavily supported by several global news & media groups and has the SEO community in an uproar. Paul takes us through the core concepts of project and the reasoning behind it. Additionally, AMP leverages many newer technologies such as Service Workers, ES2015, and Custom Elements (One of the four Web Component pillars) making it an exciting project for developers to contribute to.

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Direct download: episode-110_the-amp-mobile-revolution.mp3
Category:mobile -- posted at: 1:25pm EDT
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Harry Roberts (@CSSWizardry) talks with us about scaling CSS in code and across large teams. We also discuss the CSS in the Web Platform standards, the history of CSS, refactoring code, as well as projects like Houdini which aims ‘to jointly develop features that explain the “magic” of Styling and Layout on the web.’

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Direct download: episode-109_css-performance-and-maintenance.mp3
Category:CSS -- posted at: 9:54am EDT
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