The Web Components interoperability challenge
Web Components are here, the v1 of the standard is ready, a new world of componentalized web is ahead us. But when you look at it, there are many ways to write them, lots of libs. And you ask yourself if that web component interoperability really works in real life. Does all those different components, work seamless together? We are going to introduce several ways to build your web components (vanilla components, Polymer, Stencil, SkateJS...) and write a component with each one. Then we will put all those components together in a web app showing you that the interoperability is a reality.
Spaniard lost in Brittany, unconformist coder, webdev craftsman, dreamer and all-around geek. Software Engineer by day, leader of the FinistJUG, GDG Finistère and BreizhBeans communities by night, Horacio fell into web programming in 1997, and he has never left it. After some years as @warp10io frontend leader as Cityzen Data, Horacio currently works as developer advocate at OVH. He is a frequent speaker at conferences like Devoxx, Devoxx France, Codemotion, DevFest Nantes, BreizhCamp,...