There are many great resources and locations to learn about lit-html and LitElement, share what you’ve built, and more. All community participation is subject to the Polymer Project’s Code of Conduct—be excellent to each other!
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The polymer-dev mailing list is great for long-form questions and discussion on any of the libraries, polyfills, or standards the the Polymer Project works on.
On StackOverflow use the
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