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All About Polymer at SFHTML5 (Complete Event Recording)

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Streamed live on Apr 30, 2014

Program starts @ 22:40
Ask and vote for questions at http://bit.ly/polymerquestions.
Join us for an evening of talks about Polymer with speakers Eric Bidelman, Rob Dodson, Matthew McNulty, Zeno Rocha, Daniel Buchner, Eugene Oksman, Akhilesh Gupta, and Jan Miksovsky.

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Google Developers
Google Developers3 years agoHighlighted comment
All About Polymer at +SFHTML5 -- Entire Video, Uncut #polymer   If you care about building blocks for the web, you'll want to bookmark this one, and watch tonight, this weekend... or heck... stop what you're doing and watch it all the way through now. Carpe Diem. +Peter Lubbers acts as host with +Eric Bidelman +Rob Dodson and more.
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ryanjackson0x
How much of this has changed in the last 2 years?
John Archer
37:00 is where the rubbisgh finishes and trainig starts
Esteban Quijada
whats the name of the track playing in the beginning? I need this
Edson Rodrigues
Fantastic app builder.
Maksim Burtsev
Have Polymer ng-repeat analog?
KL Tah
I'm new to web design, so apologies in advance for the elementary question. To avoid the "papering over" that +Matthew McNulty mentions at about the 1hr mark, wouldn't we need to completely revamp the w3c standards so that all browsers can adhere to it? I'm not quite sure how Polymer can be incorporated in to the present browsers. I'm pretty confident that end-users won't need to download some sort of plug-in to view these Polymer features, but that's the only way I think it could work now. for example, i tried to write an html with  <google-maps> tag in it just now, but a map wouldn't show up. So is it possible to actually get it to show in present browsers? or was +Eric Bidelman  showing something that is possible only in his special version of chrome? EDIT: I've just watched a little further in to the video, and if I'm not mistaken, the magic happens in platform.js, is that correct?? So basically all these tags like <google-maps> etc is actually just short hand for invoking some javascript embedded in platform.js?? 
WinterXL
Chewy Chong... cool name
Luis Daniel Mesa Velasquez
Starts at 21:50 don't waste your life waiting 20+mins like I did...
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Michael Brown
Added this to my Watch Later list. Polymer and Web Components look so amazing to work with. 
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