Migrating and Pairing Recursive Stateful Components Between Multiple Devices with Liquid.js for Polymer
With the continuous development of new Web-enabled devices, we are heading toward an era in which users connect to the Web with multiple devices at the same time. Users expect Web applications to be able to flow between all the devices they own, however the majority of the current Web applications was not designed considering this use case scenario. As the number of devices owned by a user increases, we have to find new ways to give Web developers the tools to easily implement the expected liquid behaviour into their software. We present a new contribution provided by the Liquid.js for Polymer framework, allowing the migration of recursive component-based Web applications from a device to another. In this demo paper we will show how to create recursive components, how to migrate them among devices, and how their state can be paired among the various components.
KeywordsWeb components Liquid software Liquid web applications Stateful web components
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