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Vlado Tesanovic
Oct 14, 2019 ⋅ 11 min read

Building reusable web components with Stencil.js

Vlado Tesanovic CEO / developer at innovic.io, open source lover, lifelong learner. Writing code on GitHub in my free time.

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One Reply to "Building reusable web components with Stencil.js"

  1. It is easy to build web-component in stencil, i just built in 3-4 hours after reading documentation. When I tried o integrate it with React-TypeScript App and putting it on npm repo it was not working. Same in case of Angular 10.
    Can you help here, by explaining how to integrate these component seamlessly in react and angular app without any hacks.

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