webcomponents.org

The new webcomponents.org is now live, with updates and elements from the Web Components community.

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In the last few years, the Web Components community has grown immensely. The Polymer Slack channel has over 6,000 members, and there are thousands of Web Component repositories on Bower. And with the new “v1” versions of the Shadow DOM and Custom Elements specs, Web Components are now gaining broad cross-browser support.

The webcomponents.org site has been an excellent home for the Web Components world for a number of years, with articles on how to get started with Web Components as well as content and updates from the broader community. We’re extremely excited for today’s major update to the site, with all the great content you know and love as well as a built-in catalog for high-quality, community-built web components.

Check out the hundreds of web components published there already, publish your own, or browse and create a collection of elements that go together.

The catalog is full of features that let you explore the world of custom elements, and show off your own published components in their best light. Features include:

All of the elements and element product lines currently built and maintained by the Polymer Project are published on the new catalog. We’re now considering the previous catalog site - elements.polymer-project.org/ - deprecated in favor of webcomponents.org, and plan to eventually redirect all URL’s from elements.polymer-project.org to the new catalog.

The new catalog and site is a constant work in progress and community-driven, so please feel free to file issues, ideas, or PR’s to the repository.

Happy componentizing!