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Agenda:
6:30p: Doors Open
7:00p: Intro & Thanks
7:10p: Eric Bidelman and Matthew McNulty present Polymer: Building Blocks for the Web
8:00p: 15 seconds of fame
8:30p: Meetup over!

Eric Bidelman (@ebidel (https://twitter.com/ebidel)) and Matthew McNulty (@mattsmcnulty (https://twitter.com/mattsmcnulty))will present Polymer: Building Blocks for the Web

From to , elements are the building blocks of the web. But modern applications have outgrown these built-in elements, forcing app developers to rely on JavaScript frameworks to provide dynamic, custom behavior. The resulting apps are frequently complex and monolithic; a component developed for one may not work in another. In this talk we'll take a look at Polymer, a new library that allows developers to create their own HTML elements and compose them into complete applications. Polymer aims to bring back the joy of working declaratively with markup so developers can stop worrying about boilerplate and start focusing on building great experiences. Interested in sponsoring or promoting a job opening? Fill out ourprospective sponsor form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1LitUylgdPxIw2CaxGWEEgXr4k6FhZs0hM7Bq-TN8EQQ/viewform). Interested in speaking? Fill out our prospective speaker form (https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1i0Knylpcw5aT4MJOjiaGxniqfTFYn2A2dDdhBy5J8qg/viewform) The SF JavaScript Meetup is committed to maintaining an inclusive, harassment-free atmosphere. Attendees, speakers and sponsors must all abide by our Code of Conduct (http://confcodeofconduct.com/). Please do not spam the group with job postings/contact info in the comments or bring collateral to the events.