This article is the last story in the series "Testing 696 Web Components". The statistics in this article covers many topics: the number of components published on webcomponents.org, distribution of components based on its libraries, working and non-working components, and some more interesting stats.
Note: These statistics were yielded roughly a year ago. Some of them might become irrelevant in the current day.
- Polymer consistently accounts for more than 90% of the published elements. It's evident that Polymer is dominating in the scene of web component libraries.
- An impressive number of ~100 custom elements are published each month.
- The most notable change here is the distribution of Polymer 1 and 2 components. Polymer 2 has a surge of 278 elements while Polymer 1 roughly stays the same.
Without any doubts, things have been revolving in favor of web components. More companies and technologies are betting on it. I hope you enjoy the series. If you have not read the previous two, here they are:
If you have any question regarding testing web components, feel free to PM or send me an email. Thanks for reading!