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Hope to see support of this in Wappler some where in the future.


Looks interesting, it’s early days but there’s a lot of potential in there.

For me it’s like - Bootstrap on steroids with dozens of components for free.

For instance - no more “buggy” Tagify - https://shoelace.style/components/tag
Progress bar - https://shoelace.style/components/progress-bar
Nicely styled alerts - https://shoelace.style/components/alert

And many, many more.

And yes, they hit founding goal in 2 hours! :slight_smile:

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I think the Wappler team should be jumping in on this as soon as possible. Would be a game changer when it comes to front end design.


@Notum maybe add as a feature request so the community can vote.

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This is now a feature request. I think a lot of people will be interested in this. Get those votes in!


Web Awesome is merely a library of Web Components as described by Mozilla.

It currently uses Shoelace Web Components. This library will be expanded under the name of Web Awesome.

Wappler already has a number of Web Components included, such as <dmx-notifications>, <dmx-datastore>, <dmx-stripe> and many more.

Even custom extensions created for Wappler, are in fact Web Components with the advantage that these include the App Connect User Interface. As an example, see dmx-youtube-player. For usage, see

The advantage, Wappler components all use Bootstrap for styling. Using libraries like Shoelace can cause style rules to be repeated multiple times, unless a CSS library like Bootstrap is used.

Think about it, <dmx-youtube-player> or <sl-youtube-player>