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Wow, what a month! October saw some big news drop: Firefox version 63 enabled the Shadow DOM and Custom Elements (aka Web Components) APIs by default: Tomorrow Oct 23rd, @firefox will ship v63, with support for Custom Elements & Shadow DOM specs by default (no flag needed anymore) 🎉 Can't wait! #WebComponents #Everywhere pic.twitter.com/jZ8jvBjIT7 — […]

It lurks in the shadows…creating hidden trees…playing by a set of its own rules…it’s… SHADOW DOM! But, what exactly is Shadow DOM? Put simply, Shadow DOM is an API that is part of the Web Component model. It helps to isolate component internals, protecting users from breaking changes and global CSS. I’d like to think […]

Today I’m excited to announce the 4th release of our open source icon pack, Ionicons, a hand-crafted set of premium icons for use across web, iOS, Android, and desktop apps. Ionicons v4 is one of the first major icon libraries to be distributed as web components, with drastically reduced sizes, brand new icon forms reflecting […]

Many applications are built using Webpack. Stencil provides a Webpack plugin that makes it easy to include web components that have been built using Stencil in your Webpack built application. Please note that the Webpack plugin is not required to use web components built with Stencil in other applications. This plugin just gives you an […]