Hey folks, hope everyone is doing well. This took a bit longer than I thought, but here are two short screen casts on Lit HTML, a simple templating library I have been using at work. I thought I would try to put together a short series of lessons on it. I am totally new to screencasting, so I welcome any and all feedback. These videos are unlisted for the moment.
I realize in the second video I forgot to hide the sidebar in VS Code, and somehow the control panel for my audio interface ended up at the top of the screen, ugh.
My main worry is that something like this is to simple. Its nothing you can’t get by skimming the docs. I was thinking a few more lessons could go into composing and nesting templates, and hooking them up to some sort of set state function so things will rerender when data changes. That is basically how we use it work in various UI’s and parts of our app.
Thanks! Let me know what you think