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In this series, HTML5 maven David Geary shows you how to implement HTML5 components. In this final installment, see how to implement components using the nascent HTML5 component specifications, with assistance from the Polymer and Mozilla X-Tags projects.
Finish implementing the sophisticated
ad-hoc slider component introduced in "Ad-hoc components, Part 1." Learn how to incorporate event
listeners, animate the slider's knob, and inject the slider into an existing
Document Object Model (DOM) tree.
This article launches a short series by David Geary on
implementing HTML5 components. In this installment, you'll get overview of
HTML5 component technology and start learning how to implement a sophisticated
slider component from scratch.