Sites Using <core-menu>

A collection of Polymer web apps and websites using <core-menu>.

  • Dec 12

    Polymer Mail

    Polymer Mail is an example app built by Eric Bidelman showcasing material design used in the new Gmail app for Android. It takes advantage of google-signin and google-client-api to populate your inbox. View the source code.

  • Home Assistant

    Home Automation platform that uses Polymer to provide a responsive front-end for phones, tablets and the web. View the source code.

  • Nov 6

    DriveCeption

    A blog that uses Google Docs publish functionality to publish articles. Write an article with Google Docs and publish it, nothing else. The site itself is stored and hosted on Google Drive.

  • Oct 28

    PackHunter

    PackHunter is a Product Hunt Hackathon app that allows you to form packs with other Product Hunters similar to Twitter Lists. Discover new products based on the activity of your packs.

  • Oct 17

    GlideRoom

    GlideRoom gives you simple, easy video chat. Just share a unique URL with anyone you want. No logins, no hassle, no hangups.

  • Sep 22

    FoodTrack

    Find local food trucks in your area by day of the week. Takes advantage of <google-maps> for displaying food truck locations and paper elements for material design. Only available in Nuremberg, Germany at the moment.

  • Polymer Designer

    Polymer Designer is a visual development tool for rapidly building Polymer apps and websites via drag and drop.

  • Polymer Project

    The official website of Polymer, a next generation web framework from Google. Makes extensive use of both core and paper elements.