Sites Using <paper-progress>

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

  • Feb 19

    Tabbie

    Tabbie is a Chrome extension that keeps you informed, inspired, and up to date across a variety of communities. It replaces the New Tab page with your favorite websites. The developer Jari Zwarts made Tabbie for a fully customizable experience and to showcase Polymer + Material Design on the desktop. With beautiful design and smooth animation, Tabbie follows Google's design principles to the bone. Sites like Hacker News, GitHub, Dribbble, Designer News, and Behance are currently supported with more to come soon.

  • Feb 19

    Tabbie

    Tabbie is a Chrome extension that keeps you informed, inspired, and up to date across a variety of communities. It replaces the New Tab page with your favorite websites. The developer Jari Zwarts made Tabbie for a fully customizable experience and to showcase Polymer + Material Design on the desktop. With beautiful design and smooth animation, Tabbie follows Google's design principles to the bone. Sites like Hacker News, GitHub, Dribbble, Designer News, and Behance are currently supported with more to come soon.

  • 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.