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What's new
About Polymer 2.0 Upgrade guide Hybrid elements Release notes
Custom elements
Custom element concepts Define an element Declare properties
Shadow DOM & styling
Shadow DOM concepts DOM templating Style shadow DOM Custom CSS properties
Events
Handle and fire events Gesture events
Data system
Data system concepts Work with object and array data Observers and computed properties Data binding Helper elements
Tools
Tools overview Polymer CLI Document your elements Test your elements Optimize for production Advanced tools Services polymer.json specification Node support
Resources
Browser compatibility Glossary
API Reference
API Reference

The Polymer Project offers a range of tools for developing, building, and optimizing Polymer elements and apps.

You can use Polymer CLI for the vast majority of your Polymer development tasks. Read Polymer CLI to get started.

For use cases Polymer CLI doesn't handle, you can customize your toolchain. Check out Advanced tools for a description of the underlying tools that Polymer CLI is composed of, and then use a build tool like Grunt or Gulp to automate your workflow.

In addition, the Services doc lists some web services that you may find useful when developing with Polymer (such as the Polygit development CDN for rapidly prototyping elements).