Last September, Google held the Polymer Summit 2015. During this conference, developers supplied a great deal of input about new things made possible by Polymer. Polymer 1.0 had been released earlier, which added to the anticipation that so many had for this year’s conference. Among the speakers of this years, there was Addy Osmani, a Google engineer known for his important contributions to several open source projects.
In his talk, he has introduced some new tools which have been released for Polymer development. These tools provide everything a developer may need to know about Polymer development, regardless of prior experiences. Many of the tools I’m going to describe need to be downloaded via
npm, and can subsequently be used directly inside your computer’s command line.
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