You shouldn't need Polymer. Just web components, which are a standard and
implemented in most browsers (probably all browsers on which Elm runs).
It will be a few dozen lines of JS and HTML, and there might be quirks. If
it works, it still won't be super elegant, but it could build the case for
adopting the standard as part of Elm if these experiments go well.
On Sep 20, 2016 5:00 AM, "Peter Damoc" <pda...@gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Sep 20, 2016 at 11:21 AM, Richard Feldman <
> richard.t.feld...@gmail.com> wrote:
>>>> If nothing is wrong with Web Components, why not use them?
>> There are a ton of them
>> <https://elements.polymer-project.org/browse?package=paper-elements> you
>> could use right now, for MDL in particular, that work right off the shelf.
> You make it sound like it's a trivial thing for a beginner to integrate
> Polymer with Elm and hit the ground running.
> I seriously doubt that this is the case but I'll take another look at the
> projects that have attempted to do this. :)
> There is NO FATE, we are the creators.
> blog: http://damoc.ro/
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