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17th
Mar 2016
Gaston Che
@gastonche
Mar 17 2016 06:56 UTC
Welcome @ Vaumi
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 10:11 UTC
(amey via irc) Hi greenify, I have been preparing my proposal for web components project. For many issues like element to element inheritance, event system and html template polyfills I feel need of a core library unlike the approach of biojs2. How should I proceed?
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 10:18 UTC
(amey via irc) I have also posted on the github issue regarding I/O parsers about the auto-binding template...
epipi237
@epipi237
Mar 17 2016 10:40 UTC
Thanks @gastonche I get on it right now
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 11:56 UTC
(greenify via irc) amey: did you open the issue about element inheritance? Then you have chosen the best way :)
(greenify via irc) I remember someone complained about the lacking Web components support a few days ago
(greenify via irc) All browsers vendors reached consensus on the main matters of custom elements
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 12:06 UTC
(amey via irc) I have been working on a similar project earlier, Considering our aim to support all frameworks I had a few troubles for example if I want to extend a I/O parser written in polymer but rather use Aurelia for the same I would have to dive into the source code for the original.
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 12:11 UTC
(greenify via irc) amey: well yeah we do want to have a common core for parsers
(greenify via irc) I just saw your parser issue from github in my inbox - did you delete it on github?
(greenify via irc) Active and productive discussion on github is more than encouraged!
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 12:26 UTC
(amey via irc) I actually felt it was much similar to the issue I was going to post, hence I deleted it. I have just added the response for the use cases.
(amey via irc) The basic idea is to provide a uniform API so that extending elements and tweeting them could become easier.
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 12:32 UTC
(amey via irc) *tweaking
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 12:38 UTC
(greenify via irc) amey: I replied on github
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 12:46 UTC
(amey via irc) A simple example could be, the web component I am using comes with a simple CSS styling while my webpage is made using material design, I might like to add some md functions and CSS to the element without actually changing it's source code. Element inheritance could become very useful for such simple applications.
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 18:54 UTC
(greenify via irc) amey: pls show us the concrete example and how you would want to do it on github
(greenify via irc) it's a lot easier to follow your thoughts this way
(greenify via irc) as far as i understood it now it's just css styling which is quite flexible with CSS3 ...
tyreek
@tyreek
Mar 17 2016 23:27 UTC
(amey via irc) greenify: okay, sure.