The paper elements are a set of UI components designed to implement Google’s material design guidelines.
Elements recently released
paper-listbox- An alternative to
paper-menuwith a different interface, with much better accessibility and performance.
paper-menu-button- A button that opens up a menu overlay
paper-tooltip- A tooltip that shows on hover
paper-badge- A circular text badge representing a status or notification
paper-card- A material design-style card
paper-dropdown-menu- A material design-style browser select element
paper-submenu- A material design-style menu with nestable subsections
Elements in progress
We’re currently working hard on honing existing elements and fixing open issues.
Elements we’re planning on building soon but haven’t started yet
Short-term Nothing on the super short-term list
paper-bottom-sheet- a material design bottom sheet this can easily be created with
paper date and time pickers- material design date and time pickers
paper steppers- material design steppers
paper cascading menu- the desktop cascading version of the material design dropdown menus
paper-chip- a material design chip
paper-data-table- a material design data table. This one is very complex, and tentatively planned for the mid- to distant-future (i.e. months not weeks)
Elements not built directly by the Polymer core team, but which are of notably high quality and fill current gaps in the element set.
paper-datatableby David-Mulder - a material design data table for displaying tabular data, sorting by columns, and more.
Elements not planned, notably
Elements we’re not planning on building as part of this product line, but that one might be wondering about
paper-shadow- this behavior is now provided by