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Creating a Bar Chart Web Component with Stencil There are a number of very robust charting libraries on the market. Some are commercial. Some are free. You should use them. Every once in a while though, you need to roll your own. Not to worry! With a splash of SVG and helping hand from Stencil, […]

The Jamstack is a modern architecture for creating websites that focus on performance and developer experience. It can be used for anything from personal static blogs to large, enterprise, dynamic storefronts. The Jam in Jamstack stands for JavaScript, API’s, and markup. Worded differently, static markup is transformed by JavaScript and utilizes third-party API’s at build […]

In this tutorial, we are going to build a countdown tracker component using Stencil. Countdown trackers are a great way to both inform your users of an event, as well as generate excitement around the event. By the end of this tutorial you’ll have a countdown tracker component that you can reuse and customize for […]

In this tutorial, we are going to build an audio player component using Stencil. You’ll be introduced to many fundamental concepts in Stencil and by the end of the tutorial you’ll have a foundational audio player component that you can customize for your own apps. Stencil is a great tool for building reusable web components […]

As user interfaces (UI) go, tabs are a particularly useful pattern. The word “tab” invokes images of beige manila file folders. Early UI mimicked this physical property by placing buttons along the top of a dedicated space. Mobile devices, with their confined spaces, find the tab pattern in accordions, bottom button bars, and more. In […]

I have not seen a clock in a web-based user interface in a long time. This makes sense — they are pretty redundant these days. You have a clock on your watch, on your mobile device, and on your desktop, and those are just the digital versions available at a glance. Nonetheless, the process of […]

Take a look at the month view of a calendar and you will see several rows of numbers. The numbers themselves, increasing in value one after the other, are arranged in columns. HTML and CSS provide us with a number of tools to display content in rows and columns. Making a calendar component should be […]

Today, I’m excited to announce version 5 of Ionicons, a hand-crafted set of premium open source icons for use across web, iOS, Android, and desktop apps. Ionicons 5 builds on our previous Web Component icon foundation, bringing over 1200 icons and a totally new design approach. Over 1200 icons 👀 Ionicons 5 brings a massive […]

July 2019 Update: Stencil One is here! Today, we’re thrilled to announce the release of Stencil 1.0 beta (what we’re calling Stencil One), featuring an all-new compiler architecture. It is not only able to better optimize your components, but is designed to be completely future-proof.

This post is contributed by Kevin Ports, designer and front-end developer at Ionic. He’s passionate about pixels, code, and the space in between. If you’re building a handful of apps in a startup or small business, delivering a consistent user experience across teams and projects is relatively easy. But if you represent a global corporation […]

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