Category Archives: javascript

Web Components: The Long Game

Mikeal Rogers reached out last week to talk about Web Components, which surprised me, but his follow-up blog post is essential, timely reading. Dimitri Glazkov, Alex Komoroske, and I started the project that designed and (for many years) iterated on Web Components with a few primary goals in mind: Enhance component portability Shrink the amount […]

Uncomfortably Excited

Jeremy Keith is wringing his hands about Web Components. I likewise can’t attend the second Extensible Web Summit and so have a bit of time to respond here. Full disclosure: I helped design Web Components and, with Dimitri Glazkov and Alex Komoroske, helped lead the team at Google that brought them from concept to reality. […]

s/Future/Promise/g

One of the things I’ve poured myself into this year — with a merry band of contributors including Domenic Denicola, Anne van Kesteren, Jake Archibald, Mark Miller, Erik Arvidsson, and many others — has been a design for Promises that DOM and JS can both adopt. There’s a (very) long history of Promises, Deferreds, and […]

Use-Case Zero

Some weeks back I lobbed an overly terse “noooooooooo!!!!!” at the W3C Web Application Security Working Group over revisions to the CSP 1.1 API; specifically a proposed reduction of the surface area to include only bits for which they could think of direct use-cases in a face-to-face meeting. At the time I didn’t have the […]