Sites Using <core-selector>
A collection of Polymer web apps and websites using <core-selector>.
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-client-api to populate your inbox. View the source code.
<app-router> is a router for web components that works with Polymer, X-Tag, and natively with the platform polyfill. The documentation site uses Polymer's core elements and
<app-router> itself to lazy-load content.
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.
Topeka is a fun quiz app using material design and Polymer's paper elements. Questions span a wide variety of topics such as History, TV & Movies, Music, Entertainment, Sports, and more.
Ele.io is a live code editor for writing and sharing Polymer elements. The app takes advantage of paper elements showcasing Google's new material design and the
<code-mirror> component for code editing.
Polymer Designer is a visual development tool for rapidly building Polymer apps and websites via drag and drop.
The official website of Polymer, a next generation web framework from Google. Makes extensive use of both core and paper elements.