Web Components – a term you most probably hear regularly in recent times as a web developer. With the standards of Shadow DOM, HTML Custom Elements, HTML Templates, and, in former times, HTML Imports, there finally is a native component model within the browser. In this four-part article series, we are exploring the perks and flaws of Web Components within a demo application. This demo will show how frameworks like Angular, React, Vue, LitElement, and Stencil.js can seamlessly work together in one application as Web Components.
Day: April 17, 2020
In the introduction article to this series, I wrote about the motivation, why to use Web Components. Now we are going to take a closer look at the perks of using them – from a technical and business point of view. If you are interested in all technical features of Web Components, I would recommend a more in-depth article from my colleague.