Basic building blocks for creating an application. Most of the
iron elements were previously named the
core elements, when compatible with the "Developer Preview" version of the Polymer library.
iron-elements are currently in progress. <code>iron-list</code> was the most recent to be released.
Elements we're planning on building soon but haven't started yet
iron-label- still looking for the right way to bring what used to be
core-labelinto the 1.0 world.
Elements we're not planning on building as part of this product line, but that one might be wondering about
A number of elements existed as
core elements that are not in this product line:
core-action-icons- This wasn't really an element, and wasn't particularly heavily used.
core-animation- The animation-related elements that were part of core will be created as part of the
core-docs- Deprecated: use <code>iron-doc-viewer</code>.
core-drag-drop- Not currently working on.
core-dropdown-menu- These were confusing UI to have in
core, so we've moved them to the
paperelement set for now and made them easier to customize. More on the thought process behind this change in the blog.
core-focusable- This has been re-implemented using Polymer behaviors - see for example the
core-item- This had UI opinion, so was re-implemented as <code>paper-item</code>.
core-layout- We're working on more stable, consistent layout elements.
core-overlay- This is re-implemented as a behavior, in <code>iron-overlay-behavior</code>.
core-popup-menu- This element wasn't particularly of unique value, so we're putting it away for now.
core-scroll-header-panel- This had UI opinion, so it's been moved to <code>paper-scroll-header-panel</code>.
core-splitter- This element was relatively trivial, so we've put it off for now.
core-style- This element is not useful with Polymer's new styling system. Check out the latest docs for more.
core-tooltip- This has become
core-menu- This had UI opinion, and has become