Polymer lets you build encapsulated, reusable elements that work just like standard HTML elements, to use in building web applications.
<!-- Polyfill Web Components for older browsers --> <script src="webcomponentsjs/webcomponents-lite.js"></script> <!-- Import element --> <link rel="import" href="google-map.html"> <!-- Use element --> <google-map latitude="37.790" longitude="-122.390"></google-map>
Check out polymer-project.org for all of the library documentation, including getting started guides, tutorials, developer reference, and more.
Or if you’d just like to download the library, check out our releases page.
Polymer 2.0 now at Release Candidate!
Polymer 2.0 is now at Release Candidate stage, and will be the future focus of Polymer development going forward. We intend to keep the 2.x public API stable barring critical feedback or issues during the release candidate period. For background and migration information on the 2.x see the 2.0 documentation on the website or the 2.0 section below, and we welcome your feedback via issues or Slack.
To evaluate Polymer 2.0, please point your bower at the latest
2.0.0-rc.x tag for polymer, and be sure load to the
webcomponentsjs/webcomponents-loader.js polyfills from the latest
v1.0.0-rc.x tag of