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Welcome Home, Web Components fans ️

πŸ‘€ Howdy, Web Components afficionados!

Welcome to this new space entirely dedicated to the Web Components Community. We want to offer to all of you that are involved, interested, or curious about WC, a place where your can share, learn, discuss about them.

We're convinced that the Web Components are a corner stone of the Future of Web interfaces. This community needs everyone of you!

Here, you will have access to resources shared by users and editors of Web Components tools and solutions; discussions about they framweworks and the technologies involved; feedback and use-cases; and much more. This place is yours, fell free to share and contribute!

Here's the first things you may want to start with:

  1. πŸ‘‹ Introduce yourself in this thread and let us know where you’re from and what you’re working on;
  2. πŸ“’ Share your experiences with particular stacks or frameworks, and your projects;
  3. πŸ’¬ Create discussions and ask questions about WC, frameworks and standard features, and learn from others;
  4. 🏷 Follow tags dedicated to your favorite topics;
  5. πŸ™‹β€β™€οΈπŸ™‹β€β™‚οΈ And, of course, connect with others

We expect everyone in the community to treat each other kindly and respectfully, and to abide by our code of conduct to participate.

Welcome to this new adventure!

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Horacio Gonzalez

Hola !

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Ben Halpern

Excited for this to get off the ground :)

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Karthikeyan

hello everyone

Front end developer from India

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Jared White

Howdy everybody!

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Timothy Foster

I'm super excited to be a part of this ^^

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Stuart Jones

Hi everyone,

Nicely surprised to be invited to join this community, thanks :)

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AK DevCraft

Hello All,
Excited to be here. Published my first post (cross post from dev.to) community.webcomponents.dev/akdevc...

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Massimo Artizzu

Hello folks,
I'm ashamed to be, like, 4 months late to the party...
But I'm here! πŸ––

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m4dz πŸ₯‘πŸ¦„ Author

Happy to see yall here! This community is starting to grow, and thanks to all of you, that's awesome 🀩 ! We're (I'm) really excited about it ✨ !

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Jonas Ulrich

Hey everyone πŸ‘‹

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sjuny

Hi, everyone!

I came from div RIOTS, discord Server.

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Wendy Hsu

Hello! Excited to be part of discussions and share ideas.
I am working on performance infrastructure from the FAST team.

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Pendar

Hi Everyone, very happy to have found this community.

I have been playing around with web components for a long time and find it an exciting area where web is heading to.

I'm working on a visual editor that allows for editting web components called DragonDrop. I will be sharing more about it soon. It's going to be heavily based on web standards instead of catering for a specific UI Library or framework. It's very experimental at the moment as it's hard to find similar projects to it so I'm fleshing out the concept. The basic idea hinges around drag and drop and editing css and text content.

Curious to know if anyone here would find it worthwhile.

Chat later.

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Thad Humphries

I recently completed a full rewrite of my main product--a document management client--using Lit-based custom elements throughout the front end--database forms, hit lists, image and folder viewers, workflow, etc. (The backend is a Java web app with a REST UI which accesses the document management server via a Sun RPC-like layer.) I was then able to reuse many of my components for two simpler utilities.

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Thomas Bnt

Hello ! πŸ˜„