ING open sources Lion: A library of performant, accessible & flexible Web Components

Lion aims to make your life a little bit easier, by taking the groundwork of feature complete, accessible, performant, and framework agnostic components out of your hands! Check out the repo at ing-bank/lion.

As some of you may already know, ING has a long and rich history of building Web Components, starting out with the Polymer library, all the way up to the recently released LitElement.

Need a refresher? Web Components are a set of browser standards that allow us to write browser native, reusable, encapsulated, and modular components.

Web Components standards have finally matured, and today, there are many ways to build and consume your Web Components, like: Angular ElementsStencilVueSvelte and many, many more. And with the release of the new Chromium Edge, this means that all major browsers support Web Components natively.

So today, I’m happy to share with you all that ING is open-sourcing its own core library of Web Components: Lion! 🎉

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