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The Declarative, Componentized Web
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| by Peter Beverloo Follow 0 Followers on Sep 17, 2012 |

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Peter Beverloo introduces the W3C Web Components model useful to design web widgets, and consisting of Templates, Decorators, Custom Elements, and the Shadow DOM.

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Peter Beverloo is Software Engineer on the Google Chrome team, mainly working on WebKit and Chrome for Android. Known for his weekly updates for Chromium and WebKit, Peter is also involved with several open source initiatives such as HTML5Boilerplate, W3Fools and HTML5Please, participant in several working groups and chairman of the Fronteers conference.

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