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Recently we’ve started using the Web Components API for Onsen UI. The API gives the developer the power to create new tags and extend the HTML vocabulary. We’ve rewritten some of the simpler Onsen UI components as Web Components but we’re not going to stop at just that. The goal is to rewrite the core functionality of Onsen UI as Web Components and provide Angular 1.x support in the form of wrappers.
The reason why we’re doing this is that we don’t want the Onsen UI components to be usable only for AngularJS developers. We want you to be able to use Onsen UI regardless if you’re a Angular 1.x, React.js or a jQuery developer. We’re very excited about the upcoming Angular 2.0 as well which is built on top of Web Components standard.
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