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re: HTML imports are an excellent idea. It was perhaps not a great specification. But keep in mind it was the fact that browsers were going to be imple...
import foo from './bar/baz.html'
import foo from './bar/baz.css'
import foo from './bar/baz.json' ⚰️
<link rel="import" type="text/html"> ⚰️

This is the state of imports as worked on right now, I believe there may be an image import also. As for my opinion, I am trying out lit-html to see what I can do with the bear 🐻 minimum.

Yeah, since some new standards now have bigcorp sponsorships, and one particular bigcorp is inventing straight up web/user-hostile platforms from monopoly position, i guess pretty soon diversity will play much bigger role.

I dont know if it was such a big deal in other countries, but in mine, everyone was switching to Firefox like crazy ~10 years ago and 46% of users are using *AdBlock.

This rebellion against a giant greedy corp. usually needs a match on gasoline, like latest moves to kill adblocks in chrome.

  • Some kind of adblock, not necessairly "AdBlock Plus".

(I've gotten the impression that HTML Imports from the Polymer days are definitely dropped and succeeded by...HTML Modules? And some other stuff, maybe. I dunno if that's what it looks like, been too busy to take a look. But "some kind of HTML imports, not necessarily 'HTML Imports.'")

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