X-Tag, the Microsoft-Sponsored Web Component Library

May 12, 2016

  • Curtis Schlak

Microsoft has thrown its weight behind Web Components, now, with implementing the standards into Edge and sponsoring X-tag with a full-time development resource. Come learn how to use this library to create Web Components that play nicely in all the major browsers and with other Web Components.

About Curtis Schlak

Curtis Schlak has developed for the Web for over 20 years. He likes to write software. He likes to help others write software. He likes to help others work the process so they can write software. You can learn more about him at «curtis.schlak.com».

About the sponsor: WhitakerIT

Whitaker IT provides quality contract, contract-to-hire, and direct-hire staffing solutions for a wide variety of enterprises and organizations with a specialized focus in ERP (Oracle, SAP and PeopleSoft), business and custom applications including Java, Microsoft, and Open Source Technologies, and Healthcare IT. Our new website streamlines our offerings and job search capabilities, making it easier to identify your next team member or career opportunity more efficiently. Learn more at http://www.whitakerit.com.