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  1. Audio Tags: Web Components + Web Audio = ♥

    Article written by Soledad Penadés, edited by Angelina Fabbro. Last week we released Brick 1.0, our carefully curated set of web components for rapid development. Using components makes it very easy to use and integrate these UI widgets with existing code and frameworks. And this Read more…

  2. Custom Elements for Custom Applications – Web Components with Mozilla’s Brick and X-Tag

    In this article, we will explore the use of Mozilla’s Brick and X-Tag libraries. First we’ll use Brick to rapidly prototype a simple application. Then, we’ll build a custom web component using X-Tag. The Technology Brick: Curated Web Components Brick is a set of modular, Read more…

  3. Firefox OS Development: Web Components and Mozilla Brick

    In this edition of “Firefox OS: The platform HTML5 deserves” (the previous six videos are published here), Mozilla’s Principal Evangelist Chris Heilmann (@codepo8) grilled Mozilla’s “Senior HTML5 Engineer Angle Bracket Coordinator” Matthew Claypotch (@potch) about the exciting new possibilities of Web Components for Web App Read more…

  4. Introducing Brick: Minimal-markup Web Components for Faster App Development

    Those of you on the cutting HTML5 edge may have already heard of the exciting Web Components specification. If you haven’t, you’ll probably want to read up on what makes this so exciting, but long story short, Web Components promise to open up a new Read more…

  5. Speed Up App Development with X-Tag and Web Components

    In the last few years we’ve witnessed an evolution in what ‘app’ means to both developers and consumers. The word app evokes the idea of a rich, task-oriented user experience with highly optimized user interface that responds to its environment and can be used on Read more…