Method for registering (creating) custom elements in script.
See http://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2015/07/14/bringing-componentization-to-the-web-an-overview-of-web-components/ (part 1) and https://blogs.windows.com/msedgedev/2015/07/15/microsoft-edge-and-web-components/ (part 2) for more information on our Web Components thoughts, plans, and roadmap.
James Walker commented
How can this still be "under consideration" on platform status in 2018!??
George Baggaley commented
One of the most upvoted features is "on the backlog"? Why?
There are many Enterprises that are Microsoft "houses" and heavily rely on the Microsoft infrastructure, including Microsoft Edge. Delivering true Web-based Enterprise solutions simply demands a support for Custom Elements.
Looking forward to this being implemented. Hurry up, please!
Really hoping the "Backlog" status is just an oversight and they have internally started on this. This definitely seems like something that should be in progress with the amount of interest.
Alex B commented
Guys, are you kidding? NOW, it's time!
Andreas Galster commented
Same, I've just decided to remove the webcomponents polyfills and not support Edge. It's not worth it to load 70kb extra for 5% of all users. The status of your two webcomponents votes are probably the biggest fuckups you guys have ever made ever since IE got cancelled.
Really disappointed with Edge. I really had high hopes in the browser but this is just sad how you handled the entire communication.
Daniel Fairwerather commented
Will be adding a download link to Chrome for users on Edge or IE... just can't keep waiting around.
For now, I'm telling users not to use Edge! Add please !
ian sharp commented
I built a website that works on every browser (except edge) because it uses custom elements. I refuse to re-build a 'different page' for edge users.
Can we have a new update for goodness sake? The last update was in 2015.
Daniel “Dracco” Busłowicz commented
Come on guys! This is major! Without this and Shadom Dom Edge will be left behind, or maybe you want that to happen?
Peter Rushforth commented
Please support customized built-in elements. Progressive enhancement is important.
Fatou Diallo commented
we're still waiting for this functionality!you're late! again!!
Yordis Prieto commented
Firefox is go to go under a flag and here we go waiting for you :( #DealWithIt
I am wondering how you could sleep everyday when your job is to delay everyone in the internet on propose. How could you feel good working on Microsoft and specially on the Browsers teams.
When will be the time when your team change for the good of the majority which I am pretty sure you will benefit from it.
But, it's what it's, here we sit waiting for somebody to decide he/she has a good moon for put this on priority. It doesn't even matter the votes ....
Thank you Browser teams, you rock!
Alvaro Uribe commented
Add HTML Imports, Custom Elements, Shadow DOM
Lukasz Pater commented
"Medium" priority ... really? Come on guys ... :-)