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You guys better be filming the talks! :)

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You can see this particular keynote presentation here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KVZ-P-ZI6W4

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Before it was hard coded what HTML elements react would represent in its virtual DOM. With 0.12 thats no longer the case, so it can now also render to custom elements. So now it might be possible to define fancy UI elements in web components and then keep state and structure with React.

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Oops

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I started on a project to port the paper elements from material design to react components (https://github.com/OlavHN/react-paper), but the paper elements I ported all seemed really stateless. More like high level input elements. Now I'm hoping that they can be used directly by mapping custom element attributes to react props or maybe they would work with a small wrapper. Needs more experimentation ..

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Cool! Handling CRUD APIs and authentication desperately needs a flexible library! I can't seem to find any kind of versioning, changelist, etc to facilitate reactive clients tho. Is it lacking or am I not seeing it?

Edit: Whey! http://docs.strongloop.com/display/DOC/Synchronization

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I guess you're running the version that shipped over a year ago. Try switching to one of geeksphones other update channels on downloads.geeksphone.com. I've been dogfooding for a year now and its getting more plesant all the time!

If it's not your main device - try nightly!

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Its really awesome to see Google taking the web seriously by giving it more access to hardware, but it would be nice with some indication of where these APIs are headed.

Are they "forking off the web" or just experimenting before standardising?

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These are UI elements built on top of (a shim for) the coming standard Web Components.

For another Web Components shim check out polymer-project.org along with a small, opinionated framework leveraging Web Components. Especially look at the awesome Sandbox application allowing you to compose web components :)

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Decentralisation can happen gradually.

By using a browserId enabled user agent/browser and an email provider who has implemented the browserId -protocol you already have a fully decentralised Persona experience.

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My problem is with the "email provider" part. In the real world, it just means Google, Yahoo, Microsoft, and handful of firms (like Rackspace) that provide hosted email solutions for a fee. You might call it "decentralized", but I'd call it "mostly centralized".

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Eh, so what? The only thing your provider knows is that you're trying to authenticate somewhere, but not where. It's hardly bad.

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It's still way, way better than "Log in with Facebook" and has the potential to get even better over time.

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Of course it is, but it still ain't anything close to optimal.

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If you check out the next version of angular (currently 1.1.5) it includes an enhanced ngClick directive in a mobile module that handles click / touch directly to overcome the 300ms delay, etc.

Initiate it with app.module('myapp', ['ngMobile'], .. )

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I'll give this one a look, thank you.

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