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1.1 Introduction

In this course, you'll learn how to create Web Components with the X-Tag library. X-Tag is a small library, backed by Microsoft, that uses some of the same polyfills used by Google's Polymer framework to deliver a rich interface for rapid Web Component development.

1.Create Web Components With X-Tag
2 lessons, 10:34

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Introduction
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Create Web Components With X-Tag
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1.1 Introduction

[MUSIC] WebComponents offer a future of true reuse and encapsulation on the web, but until the various specifications that make up WebComponents are implemented universally by browser vendors, we're usually going to need to make use of polyfills. X-Tag is a small library backed by Microsoft that uses some of the same polyfills used by Google's Polymer framework to deliver a rich interface for rapid web component development. Hi folks, my name is Dan Wellman, and in this course we're going to take an introductory look at the X-Tag library to see how quickly and easily we can create a cross browser compatible web component. So join me in the next lesson and let's get started.

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