Web Components in Action

ISBN: 1617295779 | 2019 | EPUB/PDF (conv) | 432 Pages | 7 MB


Summary
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.
Foreword by Gray Norton.
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About the Technology
The right UI can set your sites and web applications apart from the ordinary. Using the Web Components API, you can build Custom Elements and then add them to your pages with just a simple HTML tag. This standards-based design approach gives you complete control over the style and behavior of your components and makes them radically easier to build, share, and reuse between projects.
About the Book
Web Components in Action teaches you to build and use Web Components from the ground up. You’ll start with simple components and component-based applications, using JavaScript, HTML, and CSS. Then, you’ll customize them and apply best design practices to maximize reusability. Through hands-on projects, you’ll learn to build production-ready Web Components for any project, including color pickers, advanced applications using 3D models, mixed reality, and machine learning.
What’s inside
Creating reusable Custom Elements without a framework
Using the Shadow DOM for ultimate component encapsulation
Leveraging newer JS features to organize and reuse code
Fallback strategies for using Web Components on older browsers
About the Reader
Written for web developers experienced with HTML, CSS, and JavaScript.
About the Author
Ben Farrell is a Senior Experience Developer at Adobe working on the Adobe Design Prototyping Team.
Table of Contents
PART 1 – FIRST STEPS
The framework without a framework
Your first Web Component
Making your component reuseable
The component lifecycle
Instrumenting a better web app through modules
PART 2 – WAYS TO IMPROVE YOUR COMPONENT WORKFLOW
Markup Managed
Templating your content with HTML
The Shadow DOM
Shadow CSS
Shadow CSS rough edges
PART 3 – PUTTING YOUR COMPONENTS TOGETHER
A real-world UI component
Building and supporting older browsers
Component testing
Events and application data flow
Hiding your complexities

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