The latest goings-on with the Polymer project and in the community. We'll update this page to announce major releases and showcase cool stuff being built with Polymer. Have an idea for an article? Suggest it!
Updates on the Polymer 3.0 release and what comes next.
The Polymer CLI gets improved module support
Hands-on with the latest Polymer 3.0 preview
We're changing the way we import modules in Polymer 3.x
Polymer 2.4: Paving the way for 3.0 and TypeScript support
New Polymer 3.0 preview: Bug fixes and new features
What we're doing with Polymer elements, what we aren't doing, and why.
Upcoming changes to Chrome could break some Polymer 1.x and 2.x websites. Make sure your sites are up to date.
The "Polymer 3.0 preview" article translated into Spanish.
Bede Overend of Simpla on facilitating engagement with Web Components.
Get started experimenting with Polymer on npm and ES6 modules.
Today at the 2017 Polymer Summit in Copenhagen, we announced one of the biggest changes to our developer workflow in the project's history.
Kunal Kundaje on componentized database dashboards, and the inclusivity of the Web.
Maria Husmann on the benefits of the Web as an open platform, and the greater user experience offered by Progressive Web Apps.
Chad Killingsworth on componentized web app development, and the importance of powerful theming.
Josh Trout from Gannett on Polymer, the Web, and building apps for the future
What is the status of neon-animation going forward, and what does it mean to you?
Everything you need to know about the Polymer Project from Google I/O 2017, in case you missed it.
Join us for the third annual Polymer Summit, August 22–23, 2017 in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Polymer 2.0 library is built for performant interoperable web component development.
The Polymer 2.0 Release Candidate is available and ready for use.
The new Polymer News demo progressive web app helps you start building a cutting-edge PWA using Polymer.
The new webcomponents.org is now live, with updates and elements from the Web Components community.
An update on Polymer 2.0 progress.
Tune into the Polymer Summit 2016 livestream.
We're ready for Polymer Summit 2016, are you? Here are the latest event details.
Polymer 1.7 provides forward compatibility features, plus a few bug fixes.
Check out the preview branch of the forthcoming Polymer 2.0 release.
A new, updated Polymer Starter Kit is now available through the Polymer CLI.
A look back at Google I/O 2016, and some background on the Polymer Project's call to #UseThePlatform.
At Google I/O 2016, we launched the brand-new Polymer App Toolbox for building Progressive Web Apps.
The app-route element has made its beta debut - we'd love your feedback on this modular approach to routing.
An overview to doing distributed routing in an application, as well as an introduction to <app-route> and <app-location>.
GE's Predix UI provides Polymer-based components for building dashboards for the industrial Internet of Things.
A spin through the Polymer project roadmap for the beginning of 2016.
We're updating elements to remove usage of /deep/ and ::shadow. This might cause some unexpected changes if you were relying on side-effects of these selectors.
Polymer 1.2 introduces some exciting, long-awaited new features: compound bindings and observing light DOM children.
We're excited to open up the project's near-term roadmap. The roadmap is available in new repo - Polymer/project - to help enable project-level discussion and collaboration.
In case you missed any of the action at this year's Polymer Summit, we focused on three key themes: Develop, Design, and Deploy, giving concrete advice on how you can build your web app from start to finish. Here's a recap of all the highlights.
How to build vanilla custom elements and Polymer elements using ES2015 features.
Introducing a new set of Polymer elements that simplify discovering and communicating with nearby Bluetooth devices, powered behind the scenes by the experimental Web Bluetooth API.
The schedule for the first ever Polymer summit is now live!
We've added our first, small minor release. This includes a new way of sharing styles between elements and the main document.
Today we’re incredibly excited to announce the 1.0 release of the Polymer library.
Why do we need a new kind of DOM?