Friday, December 18, 2015

Re: Shadow DOM / virtualization support in GWT

I don't think GWT has to do anything special for Shadow DOM support.

You might need to include the webcomponents.js (full Shadow DOM) or webcomponents-lite.js (ShadyDOM) polyfills [1] for browser that don't support native ShadowDOM. 
Then you can use the gwt-polymer-elements [2] Polymer library or use ShadowDOM directly using JSNI/JSInterops and eventually Elementals2  


On Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 3:57:00 PM UTC+1, wrote:
How do we implement / use the shadow DOM capabilities in GWT ?

I am not sure if its currently supported in anyway. Is it planned in next version ? 

Any pointers will be very helpful. 


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