Author Archives: Anthony Giuliano

Introduction The overwhelming majority of design systems that exist today are built for the web. While this is great for web developers, the web is not the only platform that people use. It doesn’t take a 10x developer to see that mobile apps are just as common as web applications. Yet, so many design systems […]

We are so excited to officially announce the creation of the Stencil community Github organization! This community org will be a central place for projects driven by our amazing community of Stencil developers. Let’s take a look at how the community will be set up and how you can get involved.

After a few patch releases, the next minor version of Stencil is here! Stencil v2.16 is filled with new, exciting features that we think you’ll really enjoy. We’ve also implemented some bug fixes that are sure to improve the Stencil developer experience. This release is filled with contributions from the community. As always, we are […]

Tailwind CSS has taken the CSS world by storm, and with good reason. Tailwind is a CSS framework that, at its core, supplies utility classes in an effort to make styling much easier. Tailwind offers a lot of additional features as well and has become especially popular in the world of design systems.

As applications continue to grow in scale and complexity, organizations are continually implementing new architectural patterns to maintain a fast development pace. Many companies are seeing issues of scale in their frontend applications and they’re turning to micro frontends to combat this.

One of the greatest advantages of using Stencil to build a design system is that Stencil components are compatible with multiple different frontend frameworks. This means that you can write one core component library with Stencil and generate multiple component libraries for different frameworks based on that core. These components can then be consumed by […]

Storybook is an incredible tool that allows you to build, test, and document the components of your design system in isolation. Storybook provides a streamlined workflow and tons of addons to improve the developer experience. It is because of this that Storybook is used by indie developers and enterprise teams alike. In this tutorial, we […]

Today, we’re excited to release Stencil v2.14.1. This new patch release includes a number of bug fixes that we hope you’ll enjoy. So open up your terminal, run npm install @stencil/core, and let’s take a look at the improvements included in this release.

Drag-and-drop functionality is growing more and more popular on the web, and with good reason. Drag-and-drop features are both intuitive and provide a really enjoyable user experience. In this tutorial, we’re going to take a look at how you can build your very own drag-and-drop components using Stencil. For this tutorial, we’re going to be […]

The first Stencil minor release of 2022 is here, and it’s a big one. With the release of Stencil v2.13, Stencil now includes support for Jest 27! Jest sits at the core of Stencil testing, so we’ve been working hard to ensure that Stencil continues to support the latest version of Jest. This has been […]

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