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re: Isn't the push for Web Components mainly coming from one big browser vendor as some sort of "owning the web", as now developers moved on to non-Goo...
 

This is a widley discussed spec. Chrome was just the first vendor implementing the spec v0 and made polyfills. Other vendors refused to implement a draft spec and they all waited for the v1. Now is widely accepted and implemented. No one forced people to use web components v0 or polymer...

 

As I argued,

If a big Browser vendor who owns the biggest search engine, has one of the largest resources and blogs to push topics, pushes it, people will jump on that.
I used worked on multiple projects in the past with shadow dom v0 , native WCs and polymer.
Developers (Humans) are as much as everyone bound to their Bias, FOMOs etc. so it is not about actively forcing but passively pushing. I think you just undervalue the power of influence and hype in developer communities.

I think hype is just a question of self-control. But you're right, not everyone can remain outside the hype-loop

Including Google themselves. They re-implemented the whole of Youtube with v0 spec which now causes problems in some browsers.

This is no longer true, youtube has already migrated to Polymer v3 which is based on the v1 web components standards so it no longer has any problems with the latest versions of all browsers (except edge but that's already not a problem as long as you use the chromium-based build)

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