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Monday, October 26 • 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Web Components and the Future of Modular CSS #WebMod

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Writing modular CSS is hard. A lot harder than it should be. There are so many different methodologies out there, even veteran developers struggle to choose what's best for their next project.

Wouldn't it be great if the platform solved this problem for us? Wouldn't it be great if CSS had real modules?

As luck would have it, Web Components give us just that! Web Components provide two-way scoping and encapsulation, sane dependency management, and real component inheritance. Our code will be both more maintainable and more reusable. It will be easier to write, easier to test, and since it's scoped to individual components, easier (and faster) for the browser to render.

Come hear how Web Components will revolutionize how we write modular CSS, and how we can start preparing for that future today.

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Philip Walton

Developer Programs Engineer, Google
Philip Walton is an engineer on the developer relations team at Google. Prior to this, he led the front-end team at Appfolio, where he primarily worked on building tools and frameworks to help engineers at any level of the stack be successful contributing to the front-end.

Monday October 26, 2015 12:00pm - 1:00pm PDT
Grand Salon “R” Deck

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