Group session July 1st

Introduction

Notes for later:

https://adamsilver.io/blog/the-problem-with-web-components/

https://lea.verou.me/blog/2020/09/the-failed-promise-of-web-components/

https://dev.to/emileperron/web-components-in-2021-the-good-the-bad-and-the-ugly-3kg

https://paularmstrong.dev/blog/2023/03/11/why-we-do-not-write-web-components/

https://daverupert.com/2023/07/why-not-webcomponents

https://web-highlights.com/blog/are-web-components-dead/

Classes from outside

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Styling child elements

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Global custom properties

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Define global CSS variables and use them within the web component to allow external styling control. This helps in maintaining consistent themes and styles across components.

Using ::part

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Use the part attribute within the web component to expose specific elements and the ::part pseudo-element in the global stylesheet to apply styles to these exposed elements. This combination allows for targeted global styling while maintaining encapsulation of the web component’s internal structure and styles.

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Use adoptedStyleSheets to apply shared styles across multiple shadow DOMs. This technique involves creating a CSSStyleSheet object and adopting it within each web component, ensuring consistent styling while maintaining encapsulation.

Group session July 1st