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HTML with Superpowers (from Dave Rupert)

Here’s a great new presentation by Dave Rupert (of the Shop Talk show) in which he makes a compelling case for adopting Web Components. Not only do they provide the same benefits of encapsulation and reusability as components in proprietary JavaScript frameworks, but they also bring the reliability and portability of web standards, work without build tools, are suited to progressive enhancement, and may pave the way for a better web.

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Container Queries in Web Components | Max Böck

Max’s demo is really clever and features lots of interesting web component related techniques.

I came up with this demo of a book store. Each of the books is draggable and can be moved to one of three sections, with varying available space. Depending on where it is placed, different styles will be applied to the book.

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One web component to rule them all? (on Filament Group, Inc.)

Scott Jehl has taken a refreshingly Progressive Enhancement -centric look at Web Components.

this pattern provides a nice hook for adding progressive enhancements to already-meaningful HTML contained in these custom elements, leaving them resilient in the case of of script loading failures and allowing the page to start rendering before the JS happens to run.

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Minimalist Container Queries

Scott Jehl’s experimental take on a container/element query aimed at letting us set responsive styles for our elements based on their immediate context rather than that of the viewport.

I made a quick and minimal take on approximating Container/Element Queries using a web component and basic CSS selectors.

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