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Cool Stuff from the Internet Volume 1

The Good, The Bad, The Web Components

Have you ever wondered about the difference between the Light DOM, the Shadow DOM, the Declarative DOM, and how server side rendering strategies such as WebC can make your life easier? Wonder no more! 

It feels like React is getting a bit of a kicking recently

Nuanced, thoughtful opinions don’t set news algorithms ablaze, but we sure love them. Especially enjoyed this gem - “Effective communication is the real cheat code.”

Blinded By the Light DOM

Continuing with the theme of Web Components, here is a nice example of using custom elements for progressive enhancement from Eric Meyer.

Using Web Components on My Icon Galleries Websites

"...custom elements give me an organizing principle for my code that allow me to more easily understand and intuit the scope of styles and scripts."

A Perfect YouTube Playlist

I can’t be the only one who finds this funny. (via Garbage Day)