@polymer/polymer

The Polymer library makes it easy to create your own web components. Give your element some markup and properties, and then use it on a site. Polymer provides features like dynamic templates and data binding to reduce the amount of boilerplate you need to

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3.5.1Jun 3, 2022
3.5.0May 18, 2022
3.4.1Apr 30, 2020
3.4.0Apr 27, 2020
3.3.1Nov 8, 2019
2.8.0Jun 24, 2019
3.3.0Jun 24, 2019
2.7.2Apr 16, 2019
3.2.0Mar 21, 2019
2.7.1Mar 21, 2019

Last updated on 29 January-2024, at 21:19 (UTC).

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> Is @polymer/polymer Deprecated?

No, there are no deprecated versions of @polymer/polymer.

> What is the deprecation date for the latest version of @polymer/polymer?

The latest version of @polymer/polymer was released on Jun 3, 2022, and it is not deprecated.

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