We are 100% native web component library. We don't use any framework to build and compile them, we us Vanilla JS. We wanted to offer a declarative interface in HTML instead of being completely controlled and executed via Javascript. The components are also standardized and codified via a web specification, so other applications and frameworks should know what to expect natively.

Webcomponents are native. Being native means it is free of external dependencies. Once Edge supports Custom Elements natively (announced active development), there will be no need for polyfills! You will use natural markup elements, instead of large Javascript objects, to define your grid. The library is completely reactive to attribute changes and you apply your own CSS styling and events just like you would with native HTML elements.

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