[Sw-l] Preview of the Sutton SignWriting Web Components

Valerie Sutton sutton at SIGNWRITING.ORG
Sun Jul 26 16:55:45 UTC 2020

SignWriting List
July 26, 2020

Thank you, Steve, for creating these instructional videos on how to program using SignWriting. This new episode on the SignWriting Stream YouTube Channel is very clear - the Web Components look easy to learn and I am sure they will be useful for web design and construction - and thank you for posting on GitHub too -

You never know - maybe I will use them for basic HTML - I am looking forward to trying!

Val ;-)


> On Jul 25, 2020, at 10:33 AM, Stephen Slevinski <slevin at SIGNPUDDLE.NET> wrote:
> Hi SignWriting List,
> The next episode of the SignWriting Stream is now available.
> https://youtu.be/GhJASYzMP-Y
> The episode covers an early release of the Sutton SignWriting Web Components.
> https://github.com/sutton-signwriting/sgnw-components
> Web components are an easy way to add new features to browsers. Once the SignWriting Components are ready, it will be easy to add SignWriting text or editors to any page.
> The first component is the SignWriting Symbol, with script tag <sgnw-symbol>.  It's just a basic example, but it is working with the fonts and works in HTML.  A great starting place.
> The web components are build with StencilJS.  They are lightweight and can be used in basic HTML or included in applications.
> It's very exciting and exhilarating to use and develop.
> Regards,
> -Steve



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