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PayPal is going all-in on cross-domain components.
With XComponent, merchants can plug-in on PayPal's React components directly to build their shopping experiences. PayPal is open-sourcing tools to let you build cross-domain components too, releasing the power of Node/React to third-party sites, and sharing your web experiences.
Using Node, React and XComponent to build drop-in cross-domain components
Allowing iframes to be used as React components, with props and callbacks
Exposing PayPal's Button and Checkout experiences as cross-domain components
The open-source cross-domain component libraries that you can start using today
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