Re: [webcomponents] linking using <link rel="components" href="...">?

Hi Mike, the spec you're looking for is under development here:


On Fri, Mar 15, 2013 at 7:07 AM, Mike Kamermans <> wrote:

> Hey all,
> I searched the archive at
> and checked out
> the
> and
> specs, but couldn't find anything about this in them:
> are there provisions in the spec (or is it in the works) to add a new
> link type so that if some person A defines a stack of useful
> templates, and person B wants to use those templates, they can include
> them on their own page using <link rel="templates"
> href="http://personA/templates.html"> (or rel="components", or some
> other relation name that makes sense for the role the link plays)?  I
> was thinking about this in terms of using web components for something
> like Mozilla's Popcorn Maker, where it would be really cool if we
> could define all our components as templates, and then tell everyone
> "this is our collection of templates, go grab
> if you want to use these on your
> own pages!". I really love the idea of web components, but it feels
> like being able to share them in the same way you can share .js or
> ..css files would make them ridiculously powerful on the future web =)
> - Mike "Pomax" Kamermans
> Mozilla Foundation

Received on Saturday, 16 March 2013 21:16:51 UTC