Web Components Play Vital Role in Growth of Browser Development

Latest framework offers interoperability for developers working on browsers.

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Browser development has increased significantly over the years as browsers have begun to offer all the capabilities available via desktop applications.

The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C), which sets standards for the inudstry, has played a major role in the progress. And as browser capabilities continue to increase, W3C's Web Components, and the benefits they offer, have come into the spotlight.

Terry Thorsen, CTO and co-founder of HTML5 financial charting and data visualization tool provider

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