- Don't occur in practice
- Are avoided by using linting tools
- Are addressed in ES6
- Aren't real issues
After a short break, Matt Follett will give us an introduction to Web Components:
According to the W3C, "Web Components enable Web application authors to define widgets with a level of visual richness and interactivity not possible with CSS alone, and ease of composition and reuse not possible with script libraries today."
Open source projects such as Google Polymer and Mozilla's X-Tag are bringing this proposed set of standards to the browsers of today in the form of layered polyfill libraries; and some of the bleeding edge browser builds already feature native implementations of several pieces, including HTML Imports and Custom Elements.
Bitovi will be sponsoring complementary sodas and sandwiches, and you're welcome to BYOB, so come hungry, come thirsty, bring your laptop and be ready to code!