Web Components allow us to view web applications as a set of encapsulated, maintainable and reusable components, an approach which is necessary for scalability and large applications. However, they rely on the use of emerging web platform features such as the Shadow DOM, HTML Imports and Custom elements, which currently have limited browser support. But thanks to the Polymer project – a set of polyfills and an application framework using these principles – Web Components can be used today. They are bleeding edge, likely to change a bit and simultaneously insanely cool and undeniably useful. Michael Labriola invites attendees to learn how to integrate these pieces into their processes today, to bring sanity and reuse to their worlds as a result.