LitElement 3.0 and lit-html 2.0 webinar with Justin Fagnani

Webinar with Justin Fagnani

Justin Fagnani, Google software engineer, and creator of lit-html, joined us for a Vaadin webinar in which he presented the new and exciting releases of LitElement 3.0 and lit-html 2.0. You can find the full recorded webinar on Youtube or continue reading for a written summary.

Polymer 3 templates and the modernization to LitElement

There are a lot of reasons to be excited about the new Vaadin client-side model based on LitElement that was introduced in Vaadin 15 and is now being ported to the newest Vaadin 14 version. Some of the reasons include: the ability to develop with TypeScript, the collection of faster and ...

Future of HTML templates in Vaadin

Late last year, we announced that we are gradually moving away from Google's Polymer JavaScript library in favor of the far more lightweight and performant LitElement library. The next LTS, which is currently targeted for the latter half of 2021, will make Polymer optional for HTML templates. Using ...

Creating Forms with TypeScript and LitElement

Creating data-intensive UIs with forms and data grids can be difficult. Developers need to consider many aspects—business logic, data consistency, usability, accessibility, maintainability—to create a good experience for users and keep the code complexity manageable. That’s why frameworks like ...

Wired Elements, a set of hand-drawn UI elements, part 2 (listbox, icon-button, input & progress)

Web Components Wednesday (WCW) blog series is created for two purposes: introducing easy-to-use components and educating people on the concept of Web Components. All the WCW blogs can be found here. In part 2, we shall unveil another part of the collection, which contains wired-listbox, ...

Wired Elements, a set of hand-drawn UI elements, part 1 (button, checkbox, combo & card)

Web Components Wednesday (WCW) blog series is created for two purposes: introducing easy-to-use components and educating people on the concept of Web Components. All the WCW blogs can be found here. The Wired Elements collection, from the team wiredjs, has a big reputation amongst web component UI ...