Isn’t there a dead-simple but very deep and precise demo to show how do crypto-currencies work? Not that I know of. That is why I created Billcoin which is a good place for you to begin your journey on learning about crypto-currencies.
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The Polymer Project helps you deliver amazing user experiences by unlocking the full potential of the web platform. Use the Polymer library to make the most of Web Components, a powerful new platform feature for extending HTML and componentizing your apps.
The Web, this wonderful place, was created with one ideal in mind. To offer a platform where people can acquire, produce content and participate in the same activities despite their location, language or situation. So how can we improve our Web Applications and make them more accessible. Are they guidelines for this? Is there a standard or a checklist? We will answer these questions in this learning path.
Web Components are a set of features currently being added by the W3C to the HTML and DOM specifications that allow for the creation of reusable widgets or components in web documents and web applications. The intention behind them is to bring component-based software engineering to the World Wide Web