Sites Using <paper-button>

A collection of Polymer web apps and websites using <paper-button>.

  • Home Assistant

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

  • 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.

  • Pathfinding Visualizer

    Visualizes pathfinding algorithms allowing customization of algorithm, map generation and animation. The UI is built on Polymer's paper elements.

  • Sep 4

    Topeka

    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.

  • Sep 3

    Ele.io

    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 Project

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