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From Carlos Rovira <carlos.rov...@codeoscopic.com>
Subject Re: [FlexJS] MDL requires JS:Container type of component
Date Wed, 01 Feb 2017 09:43:27 GMT
Hi Sankar

2017-02-01 6:11 GMT+01:00 sankar <santanu4ver@gmail.com>:

> 1. Are you planning to incorporate MDC component to FlexJS MDL?

We talked about this some weeks ago, and we all think that MDC is in early
stage right now and decided to wait and finish MDL first.
Right now I have many things in mind, so really don't know if I'll do MDC
I didn't look to MDC yet, but I hope we could reuse some of the work done
in MDL to get MDC

> 2. As you mentioned you may want to start a MDC library (if anyway google
> substitute MDL over MDC). What will happen to FlexJS MDL library then?
> Actually I'm worried about this path particularly; I don't want to invest
> my
> application over a forgotten API.

As we commented some weeks ago, Google decided to stop MDL in current
version. We can only expect some work on bug fixing and maintenance

> 3. How difficult is to build MDL components ourselves by grabbing
> open-MDL-source from net (the kind you've attached a link); will that
> require any compiler changes too?

I gave a quick look at the date picker code posted and the live example is
given some browser errors that seems not related to the main code of the
some BootStrap code is there, but hopefully only for additional purposes.
So, If as the read me announces is completely stand alone and well
developed, and MIT license
used is not a problem for us, I think the integration would be as other
official MDL components

> Thanks!
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