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Welcome - Polymer

Welcome - Polymer
Built for Speed Polymer 1.0 replaces the shadow DOM polyfill with a lightweight shim, uses a new, faster data-binding system, and significantly reduces code size. For Modern Browsers Polymer is built from the ground up for modern browsers, using the latest web platform APIs. Polyfills provide support on evergreen browsers for APIs that aren't universal yet. Using Web Components Polymer leverages web components, a new set of standards designed to provide reusable components for the web.

https://www.polymer-project.org/1.0/

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