re: The journey of Web Components: wrong ways, lacking parts and promising paths VIEW POST

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re: I tried to use Web Components on my most recent project and failed miserably. Legacy systems was probably the biggest thing holding me back, as I h...
 

Thanks for the feedback! As I mentioned, the lack of documentation and best practices is the key, and might become a blocker for many teams. That's why I have started working on "Web Components the Right Way" project.

Svelte and probably other similar "disappearing frameworks" might get attraction once they stabilise and provide clear documentation and smooth developer experience. The popularity which Vue gained is a great illustration.

Hopefully React will gradually update its internals (at least the project announced as "React Fire" sounds promising) to be more compatible with usage of native DOM APIs, but I don't have enough context to make any statements on that.

 

That's a noble effort. I'm curious about your project, it sounds really cool. Is there anything I could help out with? I'd really love to learn how to do this right and I can see it being something to advocate for at my new job. I will mostly doing backend so it would be cool to have a connection to FE still.

Thanks for the feedback! At the moment, the list contains a bunch of links to specs, various articles and tutorials, etc. Feel free to hare any feedback on the structure, order of sections or anything that would help to make it more clear and easy to use by newcomers.

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