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Web Components in Action: building reusable components for web development


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Web components are a standardized way to build reusable custom elements for web pages and applications using HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. A web component is well-encapsulated, keeping its internal structure separate from other page elements so they don’t collide with the rest of your code. In Web Components in Action you’ll learn to design, build, and deploy reusable web components from scratch.

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Web Components in Action: building reusable components for web development

  1. 1. Create your own web components With Web Components in Action—save 42% with code slfarrell at
  2. 2. Build web components from scratch Web Components in Action teaches you to build, use, and deploy your own reusable web components without relying on a framework like Polymer. Think how much time you can save by building custom reusable elements for web pages and applications!
  3. 3. From the ground up You’ll learn how to build web components from the ground up—you just need to have some prior experience in HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. You’ll be making components that act exactly the way you want them to because you have complete control over what goes into them!
  4. 4. Learn practically Web Components in Action teaches in the best way: by doing. You will learn all about web components by building, using, and deploying them in the scope of several projects throughout the book.
  5. 5. Learn from an expert The author is a Senior Experience Developer at Adobe working on the Adobe Design Prototyping Team, focused on UX and features. He has been primarily web- focused his entire career, but has worked on award winning projects using a wide variety of platforms and languages.
  6. 6. If you want to learn more, read the first chapter of Web Components in Action for free here. Save 42% off Web Components in Action with code slfarrell at