Use the Bower tool to install a new component from the webcomponents.org site and use it in a webpage.
- [Instructor] Now that we've seen how easy it is…to use an element within a web application,…let's try installing a new one.…So to do this, we're going to use the Bower package manager.…Now, by the time you view this course,…Polymer might be using a different package manager,…but the main point is that you need a way…to install the components you want to use…and for the moment, Bower is that way.…So we're going to download our component…from the webcomponents.org site,…and we'll cover this website…a little bit later in the chapter.…
But essentially, it's a great resource for finding…and using third-party components,…even if you're not using Polymer.…So in the terminal, let's make sure that…we are in the exercise files directory, and we are.…So let's go ahead and preemptively start up our server.…So I'll type polymer serv dash dash open,…and in this case, I'm going to write open path equals,…02 underscore 03, start slash index dot html.…
Now I hit Return.…Okay, so this is where we left off in the previous video.…
- What is Polymer?
- The Polymer command line
- Using components in an app
- The web components catalog
- Building a web component
- Defining component structure and appearance
- Scaffolding a Polymer project
- Creating an element
- Polymer data binding